Low clinician pay leaves rural areas underserved

April 25, 2018 Tom Valentino

Tom Valentino, Senior Editor

Mental health professionals in rural northeast Indiana say their region has a shortage of qualified clinicians because of low wages and limited opportunities for professional growth.

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