Behavioral health needs are expected to increase as a result of COVID-19, and many of these patients will be seen in primary care settings.
The AIMS Center is recruiting practices for the second cohort of the Rural Mental Health Integration Initiative. The initiative supports providers in expanding their capacity to deliver evidence-based and population-based mental health through the Collaborative Care Model.
More clinics are eligible to apply in Cohort 2 than the previous round. Please visit the Rural Mental Health Integration Initiative website for more information.
Applications are due July 31, 2020.