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Ley No. 246 - Ley para la Seguridad, Bienestar y Protección de Menores; derogar la Ley 177 de 2003 y enmendar Ley 201 de 2003 (Act. No. 246 - Child Safety, Wellbeing and Protection Act. Abolishment of Act 177 of 2003 and amendment of Act 201 of 2003)

Puerto Rico Legislative Assembly Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Puerto Rico 16 December 2011 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, child and adolescent mental health, human rights

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La ley número 246 del año 2011 establece la ley para la Seguridad, Bienestar y Protección de Menores, con el con el propósito de garantizar el bienestar de niños y niñas en Puerto Rico. El artículo siete del documento establece que el Estado debe garantizar la salud mental en menores.

Act No. 246 of 2011 establishes the act on the Safety, Wellbeing and Protection of Children, with the aim of guaranteeing the wellbeing of children in Puerto Rico. Article seven of these documents establishes that the State must enhance mental health among children.


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