The Behavioral Health Urgent Care service is ideal for adults who without urgent intervention from prescribers, clinicians, and recovery coaches would experience an increase in psychiatric symptoms, such as depression or anxiety. This heightened state could require a visit to an emergency room or another intensive service at the Resource and Crisis Center.
What You Will Need
- Insurance Information
- Psychiatric Evaluation
- Medication review
- Prescriptions for bridge medication
- Crisis Mental Health Assessment
- Health Assessment
- Crisis intervention/crisis therapy
- Care Coordination/Discharge Planning (coordinating care with insurers, routine outpatient providers, scheduling follow-up appointments and follow-up to be sure the person served was connected)
Frequently Asked Questions
When do I go to an Emergency Department vs Resource & Crisis Center vs BHUC?
BHUC is ideal for adults experiencing mental health issues who without prompt intervention are likely to experience more severe psychiatric symptoms. Typical symptoms of persons seeking treatment at the BHUC can include depression, anxiety and co-occurring substance use disorders. Services provided at the BHUC include: psychiatric evaluation, medication review, prescriptions for bridge medication, crisis mental health assessment, health assessment and crisis intervention.
How much will it cost?
Do I need a referral?
No, you won’t need a referral.