WVU Partnership to Develop Evaluation for State Child Mental Health Services

From WVU Today

A West Virginia University partnership is developing a comprehensive evaluation for West Virginia children’s mental health services to ensure the best outcomes including fewer hospitalizations, shorter lengths of stay, fewer children being removed from the home and lower recidivism rates.The nine-month WVU project, “Children’s In-Home and Community-Based Services Improvement Project,” will yield an evaluation designed to better understand how well the services are . . .

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