Health Organizations Launch Training Program for Mental Health Practitioners

A new collaboration between MSU Billings, Montana State University’s College of Nursing, the Montana Office of Rural Health and Area Education Center, and Billings Clinic aims to help address a shortage of mental health providers in eastern Montana.  The partnership, known as Montana Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training – Eastern and North Central Montana, or BHWET-East, will provide training opportunities and financial support for students work...
A new collaboration between MSU Billings, Montana State University’s College of Nursin...
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