Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Wisconsin’s Children
In recognition of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, we are releasing a new policy brief titled, Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Wisconsin’s Children. The brief explores the high number of children in Wisconsin affected by mental health issues and the urgent need to provide proper care for them. Left unaddressed, childhood mental health issues can have a significant life-long impact.
The Wisconsin Council on Children and Families advocates for the support and expansion of efforts that connect children in Wisconsin to the mental health care they need and deserve.