Mental health care impacts even the very young child
It’s a safe bet that the mental image most people have of mental illness doesn’t include a third-grader or a baby. But identifying and treating mental illness in the very young child is a growing need that’s being met in west central Minnesota by public and private agencies.
Kids needing mental health care services “are getting younger,” said Corinne Torkelson, Kandiyohi County Family Services supervisor.
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