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  1. Behavioral health platform to reach 72,000 California teenagers

    Inland Empire Health Plan and Molina Healthcare of California have partnered with BeMe Health to offer access to BeMe's digital behavioral health platform to California teenagers.
  2. OU Health breaks ground on behavioral health facility

    Oklahoma City-based OU Health has broken ground on a new behavioral health facility in the city, ABC affiliate KOCO reported Nov. 1.
  3. CDC launches initiative to reduce burnout in healthcare: 3 things to know

    The CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has launched Impact Wellbeing, a national campaign offering resources that address physician burnout to hospital leaders.

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  1. 7 behavioral health leadership moves to know in October

    Here are seven behavioral health leadership moves that Becker's has reported on in October:
  2. Psychiatrist joins Acadia Healthcare board

    Patrice Harris, MD, has been appointed to Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare's board of directors.
  3. George Mason University opens facility for 2 behavioral health centers

    George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., has opened a new facility for its Center for Community Mental Health and Center for Evidence-Based Behavioral Health.
  4. ECU Health, Acadia break ground on behavioral health hospital in North Carolina

    Greenville, N.C.-based ECU Health and Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare have broken ground on a behavioral health hospital in Greenville, NBC affiliate WITN reported Oct. 31.

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  1. Arkansas hospital opens behavioral health unit

    Baptist Health Medical Center-North Little Rock (Ark.) has opened its new behavioral health unit.
  2. How New York spent $192M in opioid settlement funds

    New York State has spent $192 million of the $2.6 billion it secured in settlements with opioid distributors and manufacturers. 
  3. Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery nears opening

    The Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery is expected to open to patients in the next six months, Miami's Community News reported Oct. 30.
  4. Washington, DC, opens first stabilization center

    The first stabilization center in the District of Columbia has opened.

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  1. UConn School of Social Work adds infant, parent mental health specialists

    The University of Connecticut School of Social Work has added a new team of specialists that are focused on the behavioral health of parents, infants and young children.
  2. Behavioral health providers offer free services in wake of Maine shooting

    Behavioral health providers are offering resources to Maine residents affected by a mass shooting that claimed the lives of 18 people. 
  3. 5 new behavioral health facilities in 10 days

    Here are five new behavioral health projects that Becker's has reported on since Oct. 17:
  4. Americans are stressed but optimistic, Cigna's vitality report shows

    Adults in the U.S. are more stressed but also more optimistic than they were a year ago, according to the Cigna Group's second annual "Vitality in America" study released Oct. 26. 
  5. BetterHelp's growth slows

    Growth in Teladoc's BetterHelp online therapy platform is decelerating, executives told investors. 
  6. Elite DNA Behavioral Health launches live scheduling chat services

    Elite DNA Behavioral Health has launched a live scheduling chat service for new patients at its 30 locations across Florida.
  7. Trilogy Behavioral Health Chicago looks to expand

    Trilogy Behavioral Health Chicago is looking to expand its services in the South Side of the city, ABC affiliate WLS reported Oct. 25.
  8. SAMHSA selects JPA Health for national recovery campaign

    JPA Health has been awarded a multiyear, multimillion-dollar contract from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to lead a national effort to address recovery from mental health and substance use disorders.
  9. Untreated mental illnesses cost Indiana $4.2B in 1 year

    The cost of untreated mental illness in Indiana cost the state $4.2 billion in 2019, which represents about 1.2% of the state's gross domestic product, according to an Oct. 24 report from Medscape. 

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