By Carina Julig for the Colorado Sentinel

Nearly two years ago, pediatricians and psychologists from Children’s Hospital Colorado convened a press conference to declare a “state of emergency” for pediatric mental health in Colorado. Post-pandemic, the state’s young people were suffering from an unprecedented degree of mental health issues, doctors said, and there weren’t nearly enough resources to stem the gap.

“Our kids have run out of resilience,” said Dr. David Brumbaugh, the hospital’s chief medical officer.

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