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Using the Collaborative Care Model for Special Populations

The Collaborative Care Model is an evidence-based model of integrated mental health in primary care settings that shows clear and significant effectiveness for the treatment of common mental health disorders (depression, anxiety, and PTSD). Implementation of the model is now occurring across the country to answer the need for increased access to mental health treatment for specific populations. These learning modules include resources and guidance on how the Collaborative Care Model can be used to treat specific populations.

Perinatal

Practices have successfully adapted and implemented the Collaborative Care Model to deliver mental health care during pregnancy and postpartum.

Geriatric

Practices have successfully adapted and implemented the Collaborative Care Model to meet the need for access to psychiatric care for the geriatric population.

Substance Use Disorders

Practices have successfully adapted and implemented the Collaborative Care Model to meet the growing need for access to evidence-based treatment of substance use disorders (SUDs), which often present in the primary care setting.

Check back here soon! More resources on more special populations are in the works.

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