Plan unveiled for more health centers in New York City schools

May 31, 2012
$30 million initiative would create 20 health and mental health centers

From The New York Times: New York City Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott has unveiled an initiative to open 20 health and mental health centers in middle and high schools. City council members welcomed the $30 million initiative, but some noted that the new centers come after more than 70 school-based mental health centers were closed over the last two years.

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