Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Indiana offers to pay student loans for Mental Health Professionals willing to work in 11 rural counties

From US News & World Report on 01/07/19:

"The Indiana Department of Health is hoping to entice mental health care professionals to work in rural and opioid-stricken counties in the state by offering to help pay their student loans.

"This program will help bring more qualified medical professionals to rural Indiana communities and expand access to quality treatment for individuals with substance use disorder,” Jim McClelland, the state's executive director for drug prevention, treatment and enforcement, said in a release on the initiative.
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Editor's note:
I wonder if other states will offer similar programs?

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