- In the child welfare field there is an growing need for mental health support for children. This need is due to exposure to or victimization of abuse and neglect. On average only 15-25% of children identified as needing services are actually participating in some type of mental health support. This may be due to the many barriers that exist when seeking mental health support.
- This research project surveyed parents in Independent School District (ISD) 196 regarding potential mental health services offered through the School-Linked Mental Health Services grant. Information was collected through a survey of parents from two schools within the district; Parkview and Cedar Park Elementary. Acknowledgements
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Ohmann-Thai, Katrina, "Mental Health Services Among Children Involved in Child Welfare: Identifying Parental Views and Barriers to Accessing Services" (2014). All Theses, Dissertations, and Other Capstone Projects. 888.
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