Throughout 2021, AHA released five case studies on how hospitals and health systems have leveraged community partnerships to increase access to behavioral health services. Each study highlights different organizations’ approaches to building regional networks of behavioral health care, as well as the success factors and barriers faced by each. Learn more about these studies in AHA’s new executive summary

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