When Jesse Thorn's college radio show got picked up for national distribution by Public Radio International in 2007, he became the youngest national host in public radio history.
The statistic is staggering. Nationwide, up to seventy-five percent of kids involved with the court system suffer from diagnosable mental disorders yet few receive proper treatment. A look at mental health in the juvenile justice system.
- Barbara Huff Executive Director, Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health
- David Arredondo, MD Executive Director of The Solomon Project in Santa Clara County; also Clinical Instructor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Stanford University School of Medicine
- Chris Morano Phd, Director of Mobile Urgent Treatment Team of Milwaukee Wraparound
- Nancy Gannon Deputy Executive Director, Coalition for Juvenile Justice
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