Telemental Health Services for Youth in Rural Areas: Meeting Service Gaps and Best Practices, Literature Review Summary

Summary of a literature review that explores the benefits of providing telemental health services to youth, with a particular focus on how this delivery format may help close service gaps in rural areas. In addition, this review identifies several common challenges in providing and implementing telemental health services, best practice recommendations for providers and agencies to address these challenges, and strategies state agencies can take to encourage the use and expansion of telemental health services.

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Project Information

Minnesota System of Care for Children's Mental Health

The vision for the Minnesota System of Care for Children’s Mental Health is to create a coordinated network of effective, community-based supports and services designed to meet the needs of children, youth, and young adults with serious mental health challenges, and their parents and caregivers. This initiative exists to create better outcomes for children and youth in Minnesota and their families by bringing together the work of many partners across the state. The evaluation includes process and outcome evaluations.

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