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Sustaining Behavioral Services Through the Pandemic

With the coronavirus pandemic’s potential to exacerbate behavioral health problems and many health services curtailed, state legislatures, health departments and the federal government are stepping up to help. Their efforts include boosting mental health awareness and screening, substance use disorder services, suicide prevention efforts and access to services provided remotely.

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Meeting Health Care Needs With an Emerging Workforce

In many parts of the country, especially in rural and other underserved areas, the supply of health care providers cannot keep up with the demand for services. This is leading lawmakers to consider supporting other kinds of health care workers, besides doctors and nurses, to help fill in the gaps.

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