Learn how Colorado’s rural Eagle Valley Behavioral Health in a single year increased the number of behavioral health providers by 50%; implemented a crisis response system; and added licensed clinicians to every middle and high school in the district, resulting in 70% fewer behavioral health transports by local paramedics to the emergency department. READ MORE 

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