CANON CITY — Mental health issues in Colorado are on the rise, especially in rural areas.
The good news – there’s a new partnership that aims to address the shortage of mental health providers in those communities.
Family Nurse Practitioner Alicia Kielas said, “I think the need is just so large. We just don’t have enough places.”Tweet more » Read More
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