Services provided for adults, adolescents, and children include: outpatient counseling for individuals, couples, and families; psychiatric
evaluation and ongoing medication management; and culturally competent behavioral health treatment for non-English speaking patients, including refugees and immigrants.
Behavioral Health services are also integrated into our primary care practice to provide for a comprehensive and holistic approach to health care. In all of our medical sites, BH clinicians are located in close physical proximity to primary care providers and are available for “warm hand-offs” and short term intervention. Generally, these clinicians are different than those who are providing longer term behavioral health treatment so that they can be more available to the primary care team.
Services for patients include psycho-social assessment, crisis intervention, domestic violence screening and intervention, advocacy, and transportation. Caseworkers connect patients to appropriate community resources to assist in addressing the social determinants of health, as well as assist patients in navigating the health care and insurance systems.