Donahue Institute Research Highlights Barriers to Mental Health Access in MA

Developed and conducted by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute, the Challenges of Private Practice study documents the experiences of a broad range of private practice clinicians – and the challenges they face in providing mental health care in Massachusetts.

The Donahue Institute survey was commissioned by CliniciansUNITED, a multi-disciplinary group of mental health clinicians affiliated with the Massachusetts Human Service Workers Union – SEIU Local 509. Through professional research, public education and advocacy, CliniciansUNITED aims to forward policies that improve the affordability and accessibility of mental health care for all Bay State residents.

RELATED RESOURCES


‘CHALLENGES OF PRIVATE PRACTICE’ EXECUTIVE SUMMARY —  APRIL, 2015

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FULL ‘CHALLENGES OF PRIVATE PRACTICE’ REPORT —  APRIL, 2015

Click here to download a printable copy of the report (PDF). 


PRESENTATION OF THE ‘CHALLENGES OF PRIVATE PRACTICE’ STUDY FINDINGS —  MAY 6, 2015


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