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Using technology to increase accessibility of high quality, comprehensive psychiatric services.
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Partnering with California Indian Health Clinics and the Native communities they serve by integrating culturally sensitive healing modalities and best practices. We provide direct care, mentorships and supportive services. Our goal is to improve access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorders and to improve access to psychiatric treatment for Opioid Use Disorder, Stimulant Use Disorder, and Co-Occurring Conditions.

 

Our vision is healthy, vibrant, productive Native American families and communities thriving with the ability to function free from the impact of addiction.

TeleWell is a grant funded project through the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) working with several other projects known as the TMAT Partners in a unified response to the opioid crisis in California Indian Country. For more information on the other projects working on TMAT 2.0 please see linked TMAT Partners below.

Our Blog
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Check out our blog for insights from the TeleWell Team about community impact and how we are moving forward. This will also contain information about our latest insights into the benefits and challenges of TeleMAT. 

Additional Services
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TeleWell Behavioral Medicine provides both direct clinical services as well as medical director and other administrative services​.
TMAT 2.0 Partners
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Having worked with under-served populations since our inception, we have realized that many people suffer from lack of access to proper care. We believe that through telehealth technology, we can reach these under-served and remote communities.