Wichita, Kansas 2021-06-13 15:41:30 –
Topeka, Kansas (AP) — Psychiatric facilities have enough beds to treat children in Kansas who need intensive mental health care, but labor shortages are about those spots. Means that 100 remains empty. Kansas News Services reports that in recent years children often wait months for the opening of specialized facilities to provide long-term psychiatric care. Currently, waiting times have been reduced by an average of 44 days. Still, despite the 104 beds open, 146 children are in order. Home care centers are physically and mentally burdened and struggle to perform tasks that sometimes pay less than $ 15 an hour.
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