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Free resources available for mental health, substance abuse recovery

The Bay Rivers Telehealth Alliance has been awarded federal grant funds to create an outpatient and telehealth delivery system infrastructure to provide free resources for individuals seeking help and/or treatment services for mental health and substance use disorders and/or opioid use disorder.

The free services are available to individuals in the Middle Peninsula/Northern Neck who are uninsured or underinsured.

Transportation resources that are part of the patient’s mental health and substance abuse recovery are offered through Bay HART, which is a collaborative effort of Bay Aging, Bay Transit and the Bay Rivers Telehealth Alliance.

For more information, call the Master Center for Addiction Medicine in Gloucester (804-375-5287), the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board in Saluda (804-758-5314) or Bay Aging in Urbanna (804-286-9563) or visit

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