MAP Clinic

Mason and Partners Clinics Expand Telehealth Capabilities to Meet Growing Demand for COVID-19 Care

Despite all the changes caused by COVID-19, patients can still rely on the Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinics (a network of 10 no-cost bridge health care clinics supported by the College of Health and Human Services at George Mason University) for the care they need thanks to the rapid deployment of expanded telehealth capabilities. By expanding the MAP Clinic’s telehealth capabilities, the MAP Clinics can now directly combat the pandemic by screening for COVID-19 while helping their patients battle chronic conditions, treat substance use disorders, and address behavioral health issues such as anxiety and stress.

Mason Receives $500,000 USDA Grant to Expand Rural Telehealth Capabilities Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

The George Mason University College of Health and Human Services has received a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to implement the Rural Opioid Telehealth Project, which will serve an estimated 177,000 rural, low-income residents of Virginia and West Virginia. The project will train medical professionals on how to appropriately prescribe opioids, screen for and identify the risk of opioid use disorder, and deliver treatment.

Mason and Partners Clinic Hosts Rep. Jennifer Wexton to Discuss Medication-Assisted Treatment Program

Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton visited the Manassas Park Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinic to see first-hand how this unique bridge Medication Assisted Treatment Mobile Clinic (MAT MOBILE), funded in part by Northern Virginia Health Foundation and managed by George Mason faculty and students, have helped members of her congressional district fight opioid addiction.