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Expanding an integrated care system helped patients. Now it should become permanent, advocates say

Advocates for people with serious mental illness and drug addictions have hailed a federally funded program that, when started in 2017, made New Jersey one of just eight states to offer a unique model of coordinated community-based care.

Now, four years in, a new report by a national nonprofit shows the initiative — known by the clunky acronym CCBHC, for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics — has allowed outpatient providers to expand programs and benefited clients in a variety of ways.

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