The goal of the CPCP is to improve mental health care for children in state of Wisconsin. This is accomplished by educating the enrolled primary care providers, as well as providing timely consultation with child psychiatrists, child psychologists, and social workers so primary care providers can deliver better-informed mental health care. This allows children to be seen for their mental and behavioral health care needs sooner, in their medical homes, by their provider who is receiving education and consultative support from a child psychiatrist.

2012-PRESENT

Michelle Broadus

 

CPCP

CHILD PSYCHIATRY CONSULTATION PROGRAM

WISCONSIN

 

250,000

Population Covered

  • Ages 0-22
  • Partial State Coverage
  • 2 Service Centers
  • All Providers
  • All Insurance Types

Program At a Glance

NNCPAP

National Network of Child Psychiatry Access Programs

THE NETWORK

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CONTACT US

National network of child psychiatry access programs

1000 Washington Street, Suite 301

Boston, MA 02110

 

p.410.502.4551

e. STAFF@NNCPAP.ORG