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ideastream Focus on Mental Health: Going Only Halfway: Covering the Costs

Monday, April 7, 2003 at 4:04 PM

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There are 23 agencies that receive money from Cuyahoga County to provide services for children. However, each has a different mandate, and a different way of navigating the complicated web of funding. Beech Brook began as an orphanage 150 years ago. Today its staff cares for children with a variety of needs, from those in foster care to kids living in risky situations at home. In an interview first aired Monday, April 7th, ideastream's April Baer spoke with Beech Brook's executive director Mario Tonti about the demand for services.

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