Community partnerships could address mental health care lack-of-access issues, writes Sean Blair, chief growth officer for ncgCARE, a behavioral health care organization with providers in North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and West Virginia. Learn how to form valuable partnerships and leverage their many benefits using a plan developed by WakeMed Behavioral Health Network as the foundation.

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