Addressing San Diego's Behavioral Health Workforce Shortage

San Diego County is facing a significant behavioral health worker shortage. This report, published by the San Diego Workforce Partnership in collaboration with Social Finance's Vice President and Head of Impact Advisory and Public Sector Practice Jake Segal, estimates that the county is 8,000 behavioral health workers short of the 25,000 needed to meet its residents' urgent behavioral health needs. Download the report to learn more about the problem and potential solutions, including a renewable workforce training fund.

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