Behavioral Health, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Care Management are available to you as part of our Community Health network of primary care services at our locations in Rutland and southern Addison counties. You must be a Community Health patient in order to receive these services.
During a visit with your Community Health primary care provider (PCP) ask about these specific services we provide and how to receive a referral to one of our Behavioral Health providers.
We Provide a Range of Behavioral Health Services
The Behavioral Health team is skilled, licensed and trained in a broad range of services for pediatric, adult and geriatric individuals providing psychiatry, counseling, care management and substance abuse treatment.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, or any life-threatening conditions, call 911 and/or go to your nearest emergency department.
In-Person and Telehealth Virtual Visits
Our services are available in person at Community Health locations and via telehealth virtual visits. Ask your primary healthcare team for details and read more about our providers and the locations of our services.
Experienced Professional Staff
Our team of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, licensed social workers, licensed mental health counselors, licensed alcohol and drug counselors, behavioral health care managers and Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) care managers provide programs and treatments to meet your needs and the needs of your family.
If you are an experienced behavioral health professional, learn more about careers at Community Health at our career center.
Special Behavioral Health Initiatives
Community Health Behavioral Health collaborates with community organizations that provide support and mental health services. These are some of our ongoing initiatives:
In addition to the behavioral health staff, all Community Health clinicians are trained in suicide screening and certified in collaborative assessment and management of suicidality. All clinical staff members have been specially trained to address next steps when a provider has concerns about a patient at risk.
Community Health and the Zero Suicide Initiative
The Zero Suicide Initiative is a framework used by behavioral health professionals to prevent suicide. We use a workflow for depression and suicidal ideation that includes screening tools to identify patients who may benefit from further clinical evaluation, along with steps any staff member can take to have a patient connected immediately to the crisis line.