North Dakota organization launches therapy telehealth services for child-abuse victims

Bismarck-based Children's Advocacy Centers of North Dakota is offering behavioral health telehealth services to children who have been victims of abuse, according to Public News Service.

Children's Advocacy Centers of North Dakota is one of the first organizations in the country to offer telehealth therapy for child-abuse victims.

Mental health therapists can video teleconference with patients for a therapy session through a video device such as an iPad, which the Children's Advocacy Centers of North Dakota can provide to patients.

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