Local Health Agency Says Behavioral Support Referrals Decrease During Summer
WESLACO – A local health agency says referrals for behavioral support decrease during summer vacation.
Children and teens who need support during this time aren’t receiving it.
According to a director at South Texas Health System Behavioral, warning signs can go unnoticed because children’s routines are different in the summer.
KRGV’s Carolina Cruz explains why this happens.
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