Mental Health Integration Program
The Mental Health Integration Program in Washington is a statewide, patient-centered, integrated program serving clients with medical, mental health, and substance abuse needs. The program provides high-quality mental health screening and treatment and an evidence- and outcome-based model of collaborative stepped care to treat common mental disorders.
Started as a pilot in two counties in January 2008, the program expanded statewide in November 2009 and has served nearly 25,000 clients.
- Setting: Community health center
- Population: Community health center
- Level of evaluation: Group of health care professionals
Mental Health Integration Program (MHIP), Oregon Health and Science University.
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Erin Hafer, M.P.H
Community Health Plan of Washington