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U Squared Interactive welcomes COMCARE of Sedgwick County Kansas

U2 Interactive is delighted to welcome COMCARE of Sedgwick County Kansas as a new customer.

COMCARE of Sedgwick County helps people with mental health and substance abuse needs to improve the quality of their lives. COMCARE provides a wide array of mental health and substance abuse services to residents of Sedgwick County and will make Beating the Blues US available across the entire service line. COMCARE is the largest of the 27 Community Mental Health Centers in the State of Kansas and is committed to helping individuals served lead more productive lives.

Joan Tammany from COMCARE of Sedgwick County said "we are extremely pleased to be working in partnership with U2 Interactive to make Beating the Blues available within our services. With Beating the Blues we have found an affordable, evidence based and innovative solution that will empower clients to take a more active role in managing their overall health by treating their depression and anxiety. We also believe we will effectively and easily touch more lives through the use of this online treatment tool and plan to use it to both support current services and as an adjunct treatment option to traditional office based services for clients who contact us for services. With advances in technology, integration efforts with primary care and cuts to mental health funding, it is important to look for quality treatment options that are also cost effective. Beating the Blues is all that. COMCARE of Sedgwick County values the scientific research behind Beating the Blues and anticipates our clients will achieve positive outcomes with this exciting patient centered approach to care."

John Smith, Chief Operating Officer at U2 Interactive, said "we are very excited at the opportunity to work with the team at COMCARE. COMCARE brings the kind of professionalism, vision and approach that will ensure the successful implementation of Beating the Blues. With increasing pressure on budgets and the need to demonstrate measurable outcomes we believe that Beating the Blues will add significant value to their high quality services."



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