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Telehealth Counseling

April 06, 2020

As we experience the coronavirus outbreak, we are hit with a variety of emotions: fear, anxiety, loneliness, etc. There are a number of locations around our area that are taking on new patients for telehealth counseling services. Many of these services can be covered by insurance. You can find a list of services below.

How does telehealth impact individuals every day? There is growing awareness and support for mental health conditions, however, one in every five US adults is diagnosed with a mental health disorder every year. Additionally, another 56% of Americans who have a mental health condition do not get adequate treatment.

Though there are many reasons that impact if someone receives proper treatment, one very important factor in this statistic is access to care. As of December 2017, there are 5,042 designated mental health shortage areas across the United States, leaving over 120 million people without access to proper mental health services.

This is where telehealth comes into play.  Teletherapy is an important (although not the only) step in correcting this statistic and offering care to those who need it most. Studies have consistently shown the positive benefits virtual mental health services can have on individuals.

Oasis Counseling    402-336-3009

Cornerstone Counseling    308-534-9271

Good Life Counseling & Support    402-371-3044

Beacon of Hope Counseling Center    308-532-0777

Prairie Winds Healing    308-398-6050

Meridian Counseling & Family Services    605-689-0457

Patricia Durner    308-627-3371

Making Choices Counseling    308-234-2119

Midwest Country Clinic    402-684-2908

 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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