Some community-based mental health providers throughout New Jersey don’t have the funds necessary for the telehealth technology needed to reach patients or the personal protective equipment (PPE) required to protect its staff, according to a Rutgers survey. The Rutgers School of Health Professions surveyed mental health providers – who work primarily in outpatient department day programs, through mobile outreach services or through face-to-face services in residences and settings inside and outside hospitals – from more than 40 community-based mental health organizations. To read the full article.
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