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The Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska: A Creative Solution to a Persistent Behavioral Health Workforce Shortage.

States all across the United States are experiencing a shortage in their behavioral health workforces. Although many studies have suggested factors that contribute to or mitigate the shortage-particularly in rural and underserved areas-no nationwide guidance exists on best practices to develop a behavioral health workforce that can meet community need. The Behavioral Health Education of Nebraska (BHECN) can serve as an exemplar for others looking to take a multifaceted approach to develop the behavioral health workforce in their community. Evidence from published studies is reviewed, and BHECN's approach and practices are explained.

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