Access a wealth of resources to support your BH2I initiatives. From patient materials and clinical resources to Mini-Teach trainings and Success Stories, find everything you need to strengthen behavioral health integration within your community.

MiniTeach

Webinar Series

BH2I mini-teaches are series of videos that focuses on various topics focusing on behavioral health integrated care. Below is a library of resources, considerations, and strategies that can aid grantees in implementation of their BH2I project.

Mini-Teach: Social Determinants of Health

Social determinants of health (SDOH) are the circumstances in which people are born, grow up, live,work and age, and the systems put in place to…

Mini-Teach 2: Project Notebook

Mini-Teach: Project Notebook

What is a Project Notebook? A project notebook aids in the development of the final project report, highlights project efforts for future funders, transitions new…

Mini-Teach: Building Community Partnerships

Mini Teach: Building Community Partnerships

Partnerships are a distinct type of working relationship between departments or between departments and other organizations. Partnerships have reciprocity, shared goals, and a stable formal structure.

ResourceLibrary

This section provides templates, forms, job descriptions, and other administrative documents for grant administration staff. These resources offer guidance on providing program management, staff recruitment, organizational management, and establishment of partnerships with program stakeholders.

Integrated Care for Adults

Our clinic is now providing integrated care services, meaning that behavioral health care is now included with the primary care we offer. Integrated care provides you, the patient, with the central role as part of a collaborative health care team. Within this type of care, you help develop a health care plan that best fits your needs and supports your overall wellbeing.

Engaging Primary Care Providers in Integrated Care

It may seem hard to believe but one of the biggest challenges in implementing integrated care is the resistance to the changes necessary coming from the primary care providers (PCPs) who, of all the staff, seemed so eager to start care integration when you introduced the concept months ago! Couple this reluctance with research that has shown successful implementation requires good PCP buy-in, and the importance of engaging PCPs early cannot be overemphasized. Why are…

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Integrated Care for Children

Our clinic is now providing integrated care services, meaning that behavioral health care is now included with the primary care we offer. Integrated care provides you, the patient, with the central role as part of a collaborative health care team. Within this type of care, you help develop a health care plan that best fits your needs and supports your overall wellbeing.

Integrated Pediatric Care 101 Poster

Our clinic is now providing integrated care services, meaning that behavioral health care is now included under the primary care we offer. Integrated care provides you, the patient’s parent or guardian, with the central role as part of a collaborative health care team. Within this type of care, you help develop a health care plan that best fits your child’s needs and supports their overall wellbeing.

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Integrated Health Outreach

Additional Integrated Care Resources

Screening Tools for Integrated Care Providers

To identify symptoms early, screening for behavioral health conditions should be conducted universally for all adult patients and regularly, such as on an annual basis. Early detection helps address conditions before they worsen or become chronic, and regular screening for all patients helps capture conditions that patients may not self-report.

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Clinical Resources Materials

Interdisciplinary Huddles

An interdisciplinary huddle is an intentional space curated by professionals in a treatment team. These huddles function as a vehicle of communication for integrated care settings. When huddles are designed thoughtfully, they accelerate progress, help to identify issues, reinforce collaboration within the team, and streamline interventions to improve patient outcomes. In fact, research suggests that lack of communication among providers leads to medical errors and potential harm to the patient.

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