Numerous studies have documented the inverse relationship between economic status and mental health problems in children and adolescents.In fact, socio-economically disadvantaged children are two to three times more likely to manifest mental health challenges than are children in more advantaged groups. Since the onset of the Greek economic crisis in 2008, the mental health indicators have pointed to significant decline in mental health. People have increasingly felt loss of control over their lives and an inability to provide for their families.

 

 

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