LA Times: Healthcare law may close gaps in mental health coverage

Half the state’s adults and two-thirds of adolescents with mental illness aren’t getting treatment. But new research finds that the disabled and poor could get comprehensive care. Kimberly Eckford, 49, nervously rubs her hands together while speaking about her depression for the first time with a therapist at T.H.E. Clinic. (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times / June 3, … Continue reading

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