Parents and Their Children’s Mental Health: Where to Go and Who to Trust

Four in Ten (40%) Parents With Children Who Exhibit a Mental-Health Illness are Frustrated that There’s No Single Place to Get Information on Children’s Mental-Health Issues

Monday, October 04, 2010

Toronto, ON – Nearly one quarter (22%) of parents of children age 18 and under say that the prospect of mental illness among their children is a source of ‘concern’ (7% very/15% somewhat), according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of RBC. Moreover, a majority (54%) of parents spend time (15% very often/39%...

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Parents and Their Children’s Mental Health: Where to Go and Who to Trust

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Ipsos Public Affairs
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