Child Mental Health task force meets

Task force formed to help child sexual assault victims meets in Lewes.

The group which was created in response to the sexual abuse case of Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley met for the first time in August, and will gather again today at Cape Henlopen High School.  Items on the docket today include a report on child sexual abuse by the Philadelphia-based Joseph J. Peters Institute, a nonprofit mental health agency.


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