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March 14, 1925

Medical News

JAMA. 1925;84(11):823-828. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660370033019

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Demonstration Clinic Made Permanent.  —The Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic was recently established permanently by the division on prevention of delinquency, National Committee for Mental Hygiene, following the demonstration conducted for one year by Dr. Ralph C. P. Truitt. The clinic will continue to be housed in the Anita Baldwin Hospital. It is supported by the Community Chest, with a budget of $25,000. The board of directors of the Southern California Society for Mental Hygiene will act as the board of directors for the clinic. The officers are: Rev. Edwin P. Ryland, president; Drs. Henry D. Eaton and Etta G. Gray, vice presidents, and Mr. John Stevens, secretary. Dr. Edgar Van Norman Emery is director.


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