The program is serving new and existing clients, in person and through Teletherapy, a method of counseling where communication is entirely through phone and video.

Since the school systems’ closings, the program has served 1200+ clients.

When precautions were becoming enforced, current clients and families were notified by mail of the various options explaining how to maintain continuity of care. After initial contact was made, appointments were scheduled to conduct therapy session either in office or through Telehealth services.

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