A series of stories from the Argus Leader investigate the mental health care gaps for children in South Dakota. State officials vowed to improve the reach of providers in 2003, after finding out more than half of children who qualified for help weren’t getting care from community-based mental health centers. More than a decade later, the state’s model of care is still stuck in the past, still sending most of its resources to the state psychiatric hospital instead of local communities. The number of children served, meanwhile, has remained flat.