SKSF offers telehealth counseling free to those 60 and older

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April 28, 2020:

Special Kids Special Families recently started a 90-day program to offer telehealth counseling free to those 60 and older so they don’t have to risk leaving their home. Free sessions are available through the end of July for those who don’t have insurance or have insurance that doesn’t cover behavioral health, regardless of income. “We want to target as many seniors as we can, to see how they’re doing,” says Maria Berger, SKSF Assistant Executive Director. “That community can feel isolated and depressed. My hope is we can expand our senior clients. We’re known for serving children and families, but not so much seniors.”

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For more information visit here: http://sksfcolorado.org/behavioral-health-services/