Mental Health Advocates From Ohio and Elsewhere Urge Congress to Provide More Support | Sabrina Eaton

“Congress is urged to make federal money available for mental health support for child welfare service staffers and to increase federal investments for a stronger system of care for children.”

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, there is an increased demand for child welfare services as burnout and traumatic stress issues have caused staff shortages at agencies designed to help protect children from abuse and neglect. Sabrina Eaton of reviews the urgency for Congress to fill in the gaps and provide federal money towards mental health services across the nation.

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