Behavioral health services are available to registered patients of St. Elizabeth’s. A patient must have had an initial appointment with one of our primary care providers, and during that appointment or subsequent appointments a medical provider can make a referral for the behavioral health services. Since the behavioral health services are integrated into the medical care provided to our patients, the medical and behavioral health providers often consult so that the patient is provided the best care possible by all of the providers.
Depending on the needs of the patient, the services provided include:
These services are available to patients of all ages and are offered in English and Spanish.
Most of our services are provided by volunteers and clinically supervised interns. As a result, the availability of our services varies, so that at times there may be appointments immediately available, and at other times there may be a waiting list. Also, we are sometimes able to offer additional services, depending on the expertise of our volunteers and interns.
Additional providers who may be available: