Behavioral Health Business September 16, 2021
Guest Contributor

Access to behavioral health care for children and families will soon become a lot easier.

This month, Brightline announced a nationwide expansion of its Brightline Connect platform, a first-of-its-kind behavioral health coaching programs and digital platform to make virtual pediatric behavioral health care more available for families across the country.

Brightline launched behavioral health coaching for children, teenagers, parents and caregivers in the spring of 2021 to give families tangible support in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Navigating at-home learning throughout a pandemic is still an issue parents and caretakers around the country are dealing with and Brightline aims to build a unique team of expert behavioral health coaches who are specifically trained to deliver programs tailored to the...

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