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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Bethesda PsychHealth Systems of Denver opened an off-campus transitional living program for adolescents, called CHAP House, in October of 1989. According to Rick Carter, Bethesda’s Adolescent Residential Program Director, CHAP House represents one of may steps being made by Bethesda PsychHealth Hospital to restructure its services into a mental health continuum of care model. Bethesda’s continuum of care model was designed to respond to the need for shorter and less expensive mental health treatment models.
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Bethesda PsychHealth Systems of Denver opened an off-campus transitional living program for adolescents, called CHAP House, in October of 1989. According to Rick Carter, Bethesda’s Adolescent Residential Program Director, CHAP House represents one of may steps being made by Bethesda PsychHealth Hospital to restructure its services into a mental health continuum of care model. Bethesda’s continuum of care model was designed to respond to the need for shorter and less expensive mental health treatment models.
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