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Study: Chicago parents with special needs children more likely to report poor health compared to other parents

Chicago parents with special needs children were more likely to report themselves in poor health as compared to other parents, according to a study released Thursday by Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and the Chicago Department of Public Health.
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Lightfoot unveils new mental health services

The city of Chicago will create a new coordinator to help connect residents with city and community trauma-response services, one of several steps Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Thursday to "better align" the city’s mental health services.
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Report: Illinoisans increasingly going out of network for mental health, substance abuse treatment

Illinoisans are increasingly going to out-of-network providers for mental health and substance abuse treatment, according to a report published by Milliman and commissioned by the Bowman Family Foundation.
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Lightfoot calls for “mental health transformation” in budget

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is pledging millions of dollars to create a framework for “mental health transformation,” one of just a few spending increases she is seeking in an $11.7 billion budget unveiled Wednesday.
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