Telehealth put to use in rural America

With a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, behavorial health company Pine Rest has launched a telehealth program to provide assessment and therapy to expand outpatient treatment for substance use disorders and co-occurring conditions to adults in underserved rural areas in northern Michigan. Pine Rest offers counseling with a certified addiction counselor through an online video connection using a computer, tablet or smartphone to individuals living in eight counties.

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