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The indoor therapy playground now offers supportive mental health services for children up to age 13.
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Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University found that Philadelphians living with substance use disorder say housing, language and transportation are some barriers to services.
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The shelter is also exceeding its own expectations for finding people permanent housing.
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Muriel Alston found a support group for parents of children with substance use disorder “solely by accident.” Now, she’s helping others navigate difficult holiday seasons.
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Organizations led by millennials and Gen-Z Philadelphians are now turning their attention toward Philly’s next mayor for more support.
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