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Shining Stars

For Monday, December 31, 2012

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 31, 2012

~~<p>A state program that aims to help children and adolescents with both mental health issues and developmental disabilities has received a federal grant of $3.6 million over four years.</p>
<p>The new grant is the successor to a $520,000 grant to the state Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division in October 2011 that created <strong>Project Laulima</strong>, focused on bringing together agencies to solve access and service quality problems. The new grant from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration will continue and expand Project Laulima's work with the Departments of Health, Education and Human Services, and several family and youth organizations.</p>
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A state program that aims to help children and adolescents with both mental health issues and developmental disabilities has received a federal grant of $3.6 million over four years.

The new grant is the successor to a $520,000 grant to the state Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division in October 2011 that created Project Laulima, focused on bringing together agencies to solve access and service quality problems. The new grant from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration will continue and expand Project Laulima's work with the Departments of Health, Education and Human Services, and several family and youth organizations. Login for more...



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