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Washington needs behavioral health professionals more than ever.

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Mental Health Promotion and Substance Use Disorder Prevention

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Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Treatment

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Recovery Support

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Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, ~650,000 Washingtonians were receiving treatment for behavioral health needs. This number has only increased due to pandemic-related stress.1

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The COVID pandemic disproportionately affected Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities, increasing the need for behavioral health services in their communities.2

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Oswaldo Herrera, Peer Counselor

There’s a lot of people struggling in the Hispanic community…Having this opportunity, I believe that I can help them change their life around”

Oswaldo Herrera,
Peer Counselor

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