Now that we know more than 78% of adult Americans use the internet, and that there are more than 2.2 billion web surfers worldwide, it makes sense for any behavioral health organization with any hope of thriving in today’s environment to get online. The internet is where people go to gather information about providers, research drug treatments, or learn about the latest in behavioral health issues and trends. If you’re not online, your chances of a potential client or partner finding you are drastically reduced. According to the Small Business Administration, businesses with websites tend to generate . . .
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