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Working to protect and improve children's mental health

Author: Dana Kazel on May 5 2017

Childrens Mental Health proclamationMay 4 is Children's Mental Health Awareness Day, both nationally and in St. Louis County, following a proclamation by the County Board. Staff from Public Health and Human Services updated commissioners on the work they're doing to assist children and families.

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Working to protect and improve children's mental health

Childrens Mental Health proclamationMay 4 is Children's Mental Health Awareness Day, both nationally and in St. Louis County, following a proclamation by the County Board. Staff from Public Health and Human Services updated commissioners on the work they're doing to assist children and families.

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