Published: December 20, 2012
NAMI Fact Sheet: After the Newtown Tragedy, Parents are Asking What to Do When a Child Has a Mental Illness
ARLINGTON, Va. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
has released a new fact sheet, "What Families Can Do When a Child May
Have a Mental Illness."
The information comes almost a week since 20 children and eight adults
were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., by a
20-year-old man believed to have lived with a form of mental
illness since childhood.
On Dec. 14, NAMI released trauma resources for parents and caregivers
around the country whose children have been affected by the tragedy.
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
NAMI Fact Sheet: After the Newtown Tragedy, Parents are Asking What to Do When a Child Has a Mental Illness,
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