In a three-part series the Houston Chronicle examines the mental health of children by looking at the progression from early childhood through the teen years. Part one finds that early help makes a significant difference in how the brain develops. Part two finds that only one-third of the children needing mental services are getting them and focuses on public schools. Part three confronts if it is too late to help mentally ill children once they reach adolescence.
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