NNCPAP

National Network of Child Psychiatry Access Programs

In 2003 a pilot program was developed at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester to provide psychiatric consultation to pediatricians. Enthusiastically supported by the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics Mental Health Task Force, in 2004 with financial support from the Commonwealth legislature through the Department of Mental Health, the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership adapted the model to be implemented statewide.  Beginning in 2014 commercial insurers were mandated to fund their share of the program costs.

2004-PRESENT

Marcy Ravech, MSW

mcpap@beaconhealthoptions.com

617-350-1978

www.mcpap.org

www.mcpapformoms.org

MCPAP

MASSACHUSETTS CHILD PSYCHIATRY ACCESS PROGRAM

MASSACHUSETTS

 

1,500,00

Population Covered

  • Ages 0-22
  • Statewide Coverage
  • All Providers
  • All Insurance Types
  • Six Service Centers

Program At a Glance

National network of child psychiatry access programs

1000 Washington Street, Suite 301

Boston, MA 02110

 

 

p.410.502.4551

e. nncpap@jhu.edu

 

 

National network of child psychiatry access programs

1000 Washington Street, Suite 301

Boston, MA 02110

 

 

p.410.502.4551

e. nncpap@jhu.edu