I'm the Problem: Why children don't get the mental health services they need

...Their all-too-common stories of children struggling in school, experiencing crisis, landing in juvenile hall, committing crimes, ending up in jail, and not receiving the social, emotional or behavioral supports they need along the road, paint a picture of fragmentation and misplaced priorities; where individual agencies focus on narrowly defined responsibilities within written and unwritten rules that create an impenetrable maze for families who need help the most. Ultimately, it ends up being the parents’ responsibility to try to make the system work for their child, whether they’re prepared or not.  READ MORE