Public-Private Partnerships for Providing Behavioral Health Care to Veterans and Their Families
This report will help policymakers in the Department of Veterans Affairs and other federal agencies develop and foster public-private partnerships to address the behavioral health care needs of veterans and their families. The authors develop nine key components that public-private partnerships for veteran behavioral health care would likely benefit from implementing or that could be used as a guide to develop partnerships between organizations.
Subjects: Health Sciences, Psychology, History
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