Access Mental Health Ct

ACCESS Mental Health CT :: Wheeler Wheeler Clinic

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ACCESS Mental Health CT Wheeler is one of three hubs in the state for the ACCESS Mental Health CT program. For more information about the program, please visit the official web site.

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Access Mental Health: 1800 629 354 Canberra Health Services

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Access Mental Health Team is available by contacting: (02) 6205 1065 or 1800 629 354 (Free call). Referrals may be from a GP or self-referral for mental health assistance. In the case of a life threatening emergency, dial Triple Zero (000). Contact …

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About Us ACCESS Mental Health For Moms

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Lack of treatment can lead to devastating effects on women, infants and families. ACCESS Mental Health for Moms offers perinatal psychiatric expertise and consultation to medical providers who treat pregnant and post-partum women struggling with mental health and substance use issues.

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What is the access mental health program?

Connecticut’s ACCESS Mental Health is a state-funded program created to ensure that all youth under 19 years of age, irrespective of insurance coverage, have access to psychiatric and behavioral health services through contact with their primary care providers (PCP).

Who funds the access mental health ct program?

Garrigan leads the Central Administrative team at Beacon’s Rocky Hill Engagement Center that provides oversight of the ACCESS Mental Health CT. Currently the program is solely funded by the Department of Children and Families, however, discussions with the state’s commercial insurance carriers have started.

Why choose access mental health ct consultation?

All ACCESS Mental Health CT consultations strive to provide individualized, case-based education. The program also creates educational opportunities through traditional regionally-based didactic trainings. If a practice wants to learn more about depression or anxiety, the Hub teams conduct onsite trainings.

How do i contact the access mental health line?

The Access Mental Health Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide mental health assessments over the phone to decide what type of mental health supports may be helpful for you. You can contact us on 1800 629 354 (free call). Depending on what your mental health concern is, our team may:

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