Integrated Behavioral Health Programming

Behavior Services of the Mid-South LLC has partnered with Rosemary Jacobs NP at Millington Family Medicine and with Church Health Center at Crosstown Concourse to host integrated behavioral health programming. Individual, small groups, couples, and family therapy are offered on site. This progressive programming is providing a much-needed service to individuals, families, and communities in the Mid-South area.

BSMS in Cordova                                                                                                                                                                  150 Timber Creek Dr #2 Cordova, TN 38018
Phone:(901) 248-0595

BSMS at Millington Family Medicine                                                                                                                                         8510 Wilkinsville Rd #104, Millington, TN 38053
Phone:(901) 248-0595

BSMS at Crosstown Concourse                                                                                                                                                       1350 Concourse Ave Suite 142                                                                                                                                                        Memphis, TN 38104                                                                                                                                                                        901-248-0595

 

These services are offered on an as needed basis or may be scheduled through the "Request Appointment" section of our website. 

Integrated behavioral health care is an emerging field within the wider practice of high-quality, coordinated health care. In the broadest use of the term, “integrated behavioral health care” can describe any situation in which behavioral health and medical providers work together. This is a inter-professional programming by which the primary care provider directly introduces the client to the behavioral health provider at the time of the client’s medical visit. The reason behind the “warm hand-off” is both to establish an initial face-to-face contact between the client and the behavioral counselor and to confer the trust and rapport the client has developed with the provider to the behavioral counselor. Many clinicians report that this face-to-face introduction helps ensure that the next appointment will be kept.