Tucson, AZ: Most parents don't believe schools can't help with severe mental health problems

Sept 18, 2017, KVOA-TV, Tucson: 4 Your Health: Schools not equipped for serious health issues; leaving tattoos off the resume Many parents are not confident that their child's school is equipped to handle serious health issues. That's according to a poll from the New University Of Michigan. While most parents were believed the schools could provide first aid for cuts, scrapes, and other minor issues, they were less certain about a school's ability to respond to an emergency, like an asthma attack. And only 38 percent were convinced schools could help a student with a mental health problem.