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The UTRGV Department of Human Development & School Services held a press conference to discuss a recently awarded project, MHS ACCESS: Accessing Mental Health Services. Image for illustration purposes
The UTRGV Department of Human Development & School Services held a press conference to discuss a recently awarded project, MHS ACCESS: Accessing Mental Health Services. Image for illustration purposes

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The UTRGV Department of Human Development & School Services held a press conference to discuss a recently awarded project, MHS ACCESS: Accessing Mental Health Services.

“Our goal is to expand the capacity of seven high-need learning education agencies in partnership with UTRGV to train School-Based Mental Health Service Professionals available to address the shortages of interns from the School of Psychology, Counseling, and Social Work in high-need schools,” Dr. Nancy Razo, LSSP, professor of practice and school psychology program coordinator in the Department of Human Development and School Services, and principal investigator on the grant, said.

Read more to learn more about MHS ACCESS: Accessing Mental Health Services: https://t.co/6pSnOxstD3.

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