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Cover Story - February 14, 2014

Catching mental illness early

Programs in schools, outpatient services can help prevent crisis, officials say

by Sue Dremann

Santa Clara County's mental health services are not just for adults. Increasingly, mental health advocates are citing the paramount importance of early-intervention programs, which reach people at the beginning stages of their illnesses when they have the best chance of accepting treatment.

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