Research has indicated that mental health services for children and adolescents are, essentially, unplanned and historically determined. This review suggests that more could be achieved by better understanding and management of services and greater co-ordination of their work. It explores the definition, nature and epidemiology of mental health problems, and concludes that the overall goal of comprehensive mental health services should be that of delivering seamless, multi-sectoral services to children, adolescents and their families.
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