In response to a higher demand for children’s behavioral health care services and an alarming rise of youth suicides, Columbus, Ohio-based Nationwide Children’s increased its commitment to provide integrated care for kids in crisis. Learn more in this case study how the hospital is committed to reducing and managing adolescent behavioral health disorders using community partnerships and a new comprehensive treatment and research pavilion.

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