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July 27, 2014 5:53 PM

Mental health services in Merced expanding to match need

Three out of four children in California with mental health needs don’t get treatment, according to a new report. In Merced County, this statistic sounds accurate, but only for the time frame the report’s data was collected, mental health officials said Friday.

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