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Several of the state’s largest providers told members of the Children Families Health and Human Services Interim Committee Monday that Montana children are being sent out of state for mental health services due in part to the state’s low rate of reimbursement. Monday’s panel was the beginning of the interim committee’s study of the state’s children’s mental health system required under House Joint Resolution 35. The committee is also studying the state’s adult mental health system during the first half of the interim. It is expected to finalize its recommendations for the 2023 Legislature next spring.

 

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