Sep 25, 2019, Updated Oct 12, 2019 By Jakob Rodgers The Gazette https://gazette.com/news/access-to-mental-health-substance-abuse-treatment-in-colorado-getting/article_fb05f692-de65-11e9-86cb-c3f7a0ecaef1.html
Coloradans say it’s only getting harder to access mental health and substance abuse treatment due to stigma and the prohibitively high cost of therapy.
The number of Coloradans who went without needed mental health care in the previous year nearly doubled from 2017, according to the most recent Colorado Health Access Survey by the Colorado Health Institute.Tweet Read More
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