Concerned about the price of health care? You're not alone. The New York Times reports that:
According to a recent survey by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (Samhsa, pronounced SAM-suh), the leading reason that people with mental health issues don’t seek treatment is cost. They fear the fees.
The same article goes on to direct people to free or low-cost sources of mental health care.
The advice is great for you and your congregants and family.
Do you know of other resources that could benefit those seeking care? Please share them in the comments section.
Yours in health,
Robin Swift, MPH
Health Programs Director
Clergy Health Initiative