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The New York Times: A New Model for Behavioral Health Buildings Breaks the Stigma of Care

The New York Times: A New Model for Behavioral Health Buildings Breaks the Stigma of Care

Half of all mental health problems are established by age 14. Shouldn’t spaces devoted to their treatment uplift rather than isolate? That's the vision behind Ohana, a national model for behavioral health treatment for children that forgoes the dark, dreary institutional spaces of old in favor of those that promote choice, movement and nature, according to The New York Times.