Services

Behavioral Health Integration

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Behavioral Health Integration (BHI)

Ryan Health offers Behavioral Health Integration as part of its comprehensive primary care. When people feel sad, lonely, overwhelmed with problems, or worried, behavioral health treatment can help them.

For short-term treatment (6 months or less), your primary care practitioner will refer you to an on-site licensed social worker, who will see you on the same-day for a mental health screening and introduction. The licensed social worker will be your therapist and can effectively treat common behavioral health conditions such as depression and anxiety. Short-term treatment, usually 8-10 sessions, can include talk therapy, medication, and phone calls to help you build problem-solving skills and cope with stressful situations.

Behavioral Health Integration services available include:

  • Screening for depression, anxiety, and substance use
  • Short-term counseling and follow-up
  • Medication, when indicated
  • Referral for substance use treatment
  • Referral for ongoing mental health services

My Care Team

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Jose Rodriguez, LCSW

Director of Social Services
  • Behavioral Health Integration
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Jennifer Mariaschin, LCSW

Social Work Supervisor
  • Behavioral Health Integration
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Paula Lamanna, LCSW, CASAC

Addiction Services Coordinator
  • Behavioral Health Integration
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
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Maria Ramos, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Behavioral Health Integration
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Marilyn Mota, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Behavioral Health Integration
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Sabrina Saucier, LMSW

Geriatric Behavioral Social Worker
  • Behavioral Health Integration
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Judy Rosen, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Behavioral Health Integration
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Madeline Jack, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Behavioral Health Integration
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Jill Apilado, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Behavioral Health Integration

Questions

How can I get an appointment?

Please ask your primary care physician to refer you to an on-site licensed social worker.