CODAC to reach underserved patients with use of mobile unit

CODAC Behavioral Healthcare has plans to offer medical and behavioral healthcare to people in rural and underserved communities. From left, Mary Walton, assistant medical director at CODAC, Rebecca Boss, director of the R.I. Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals, Linda Hurley, CODAC president and CEO, Adam Nitenson, Linda Mahoney, a state opioid treatment authority for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Dustin Alvanas. / COURTESY CODAC BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE/JOSE GARCIA
CODAC Behavioral Healthcare has plans to offer medical and behavioral healthcare to people in rural and underserved communities. From left, Mary Walton, assistant medical director at CODAC, Rebecca Boss, director of the R.I. Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals, Linda Hurley, CODAC president and CEO, Adam Nitenson, Linda Mahoney, a state opioid treatment authority for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Dustin Alvanas. / COURTESY CODAC BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE/JOSE GARCIA
PROVIDENCE – With the use of a mobile unit from the University of Rhode Island, CODAC Behavioral Healthcare has plans to offer medical and behavioral healthcare to people in rural and underserved communities. The statewide initiative was announced at the end of July. In addition to medical care, CODAC staff on University of Rhode Island’s…

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