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 www.rappahannock.edu/ahec.
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