As rates of addiction rise and more consumers seek treatment, federal lawmakers, state governments, and local stakeholders are looking for ways to improve access to treatment and build capacity. For consumers in rural areas getting access to treatment can be extra difficult due to the need to travel long distances, lack of public transportation, and the lack of a vehicle or drivers license. To address these barriers, Chestnut Health System has developed the Treating Rural Adult Clients with Technology (TRACT) program, which uses web-based exercises and telehealth to address access to treatment in rural areas (see
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