Apr

24

Informed Journalism: Reporting on Teens and Mental Health

In this December 2013 webinar, Benjamin Chambers of the National Juvenile Justice Network discusses the prevalence of mental health and substance abuse issues among youth in the juvenile justice system. Other topics addressed in the webinar include: the importance of effective treatment, funding and regulating treatment services, and available resources on treatment programs and funding. 

 

Past Event
April 24, 2014, 8:00 am

In this December 2013 webinar, Benjamin Chambers of the National Juvenile Justice Network discusses the prevalence of mental health and substance abuse issues among youth in the juvenile justice system. Other topics addressed in the webinar include: the importance of effective treatment, funding and regulating treatment services, and available resources on treatment programs and funding. 

 


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