Many Californians Lack Mental Health Treatment

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A recent report finds that about 8 percent of California's adult population has mental health needs, yet more than half receive little or no treatment. That's despite a state law mandating health insurance providers include mental health treatment in their coverage options. Why is it that so many Californians aren't getting mental health services?

Guests:

Bart Magee, psychologist and executive director of Access Institute for Psychological Services

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