New Law Will Expand Mental Health Services For Low-Income Californians

(By Anna Gorman for California Healthline)

The staff of Clinica Sierra Vista, which has health centers throughout the Central Valley, screened its mostly low-income patients last year for mental health needs and determined that nearly 30 percent suffered from depression, anxiety or alcoholism. Continue reading article here…..

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