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To address the issues that impede care, businesses have begun incorporating telebehavioral health solutions into their health benefits packages. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The United States is in the middle of a mental health crisis. One in five Americans is struggling with a behavioral health issue, but access to quality behavioral health care is a serious challenge. In fact, more than 110 million people live in areas where mental health services are severely limited, according to a report by Mental Health America. Oftentimes, people must travel long distances or wait months to see a provider.

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