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Race, ethnicity affect kids’ access To mental health care, study finds By Shefali Luthra Employee Benefits, September 2017 Getting treatment for a mental health condition remains difficult — and it’s worse for children, especially those who identify as black or Hispanic.
Race, ethnicity affect kids’ access To mental health care, study finds By Shefali Luthra Diversity Leadership Council, June 2017 Getting treatment for a mental health condition remains difficult — and it’s worse for children, especially those who identify as black or Hispanic.
Race, ethnicity affect kids’ access To mental health care, study finds By Shefali Luthra Mental Health Law, October 2016 Getting treatment for a mental health condition remains difficult — and it’s worse for children, especially those who identify as black or Hispanic.

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