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Series Homepage: Uneven Efforts; Mental Health Care in the Twin States

Published: 4/22/2016 3:39:14 PM
Modified: 4/22/2016 3:55:01 PM

This four-part series by Valley News staff writer Rick Jurgens is part of a project that is supported by a Health Care Performance Reporting Fellowship from the Association of Health Care Journalists and by The Commonwealth Fund.

(Note: These articles were published during the summer of 2015.)

Read the series and related sidebars below.

— A Failure to Measure Up; On Mental Health, Twin States Lag

— Evolution of Approach

— Vt. Spends More, but Impact Is Unclear

— As Mental Health Care Evolved, State Resources Fell Behind

— Falling Through the Gaps; Community Mental Health Care Continues to Be Vulnerable

— Flagship Hospitals Continue to Have a Role to Play

— Mental Health Care A Very Difficult System to Navigate

 




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