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Meet Our New CFO

Comprehensive Healthcare’s new Chief Financial Officer, Diahann Barrera started her new role at Comprehensive Healthcare on Monday, December 28. Diahann Barrera comes to Washington from Reno, Nevada where she was the Chief Financial Officer for Reno Behavioral Healthcare Hospital. She has about 24 years of experience, 13 of which has been working in Behavioral Health. […]

October is Domestic Violence Action Month (DVAM)

October is Domestic Violence Action Month (DVAM)! Throughout October we raise awareness to encourage individuals to get involved in creating safer and healthy communities. The difference between Awareness and Action is that Awareness is about education and getting the word out to the community. Action is about getting out and being involved in the community […]

COVID-19 and Mental Health

By: Jodi Daly, Ph.D., President and CEO In the middle of the ever-changing environment created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Comprehensive Healthcare continues to strive to meet the needs of our clients and our community partners. Due to this public health emergency, and the accompanying physical isolation measures, individuals may experience heightened depression, anxiety and loss. […]

FCC Awards Comprehensive Healthcare $421,748 for Telehealth

Comprehensive Healthcare has been awarded $421,748 by the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Wireline Competition Bureau to ensure continued access to behavioral health care. These funds will help the not for profit organization update tablets, mobile hotspots, laptop computers, videoconferencing equipment, and make network upgrades to provide medically necessary services to clients in-home, in-community, and in […]

“Behavioral Healthcare” – What The Heck Does That Mean?

“Behavioral healthcare” is becoming a commonly used term in the realm of healthcare.  But what is behavioral healthcare, really?  I discovered that the answer depends on when the question was asked.  “Behavioral health” in the 70’s and 80’s referred primarily to behaviors that prevented illness and promoted health.  Like the things your mom taught you […]