By Hassina Leelarathna
July 29, 2014

In the midst of the ongoing national debate on youth mental health sparked by the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy and, more recently, the UC Santa Barbara rampage, troubling data has emerged showing a massive deficit in services provided to California children in need of mental health care, in particular children from homes with limited English proficiency.

California Children With Limited English Can’t Get Mental Healthcare [LA BEEZ]