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The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has expanded its telehealth-based outpatient services in the seven states where it operates facilities, with plans to soon reach all 50 states in response to COVID-19-related social distancing. A peer support services company in Ohio is also adding staff and going virtual.
Greenfield Recovery Center in Leyden, Massachusetts, will treat individuals who compulsively use the Internet, video games, social media, smartphones and other screen-related tech.
Lisa McLaughlin, LLMSW, MSI, co-founder and co-CEO of Workit Health, explains how the company’s digital-first, harm-reduction approach is expanding access to care for diverse populations in Michigan and California.
Our field needs a new, robust business model based on the priority of changing behaviors for a diverse range of health problems.
Medicare beneficiaries continue to experience limited access to evidence-based treatment for opioid use disorder, at a time when prescription opioid misuse among older adults remains a major concern.
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