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Mental health advocates in Massachusetts have launched a new campaign to get a new diagnosis into the official psychiatric manual. WFCR’s Karen Brown reports.
A class action lawsuit seeking more mental health care for children went to trial Monday in federal court in Springfield. The plaintiffs claim the state has failed to provide federally-mandated services that would allow children to live at home or in the community while getting treatment.