CHILDREN IN CRISIS: Pandemic sparked exodus of employees in children’s mental health system

An empty patient room at the Children’s Farm Home run by Trillium Family Services in Corvallis on Friday, Oct. 29. The facility currently does not have enough staff to take on more inpatient residents, leaving a building empty. (Amanda Loman/Oregon Capital Chronicle)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third of a four-part series on the problems facing children’s mental health care providers . . .

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