providers in Michigan who are managing
patients with behavioral health problems.
This includes M.D.s, D.O.s, N.P.s, P.A.s and C.N.M.s in pediatric,
OB/GYN, family medicine, internal medicine, and psychiatry practices.
The MC3 program provides psychiatry support to primary care providers in Michigan who are managing patients with behavioral health problems. This includes children, adolescents, and young adults through age 26. It also includes women who are contemplating pregnancy, pregnant or postpartum with children up to a year. Psychiatrists are available to offer guidance on diagnoses, medications and psychotherapy interventions so that primary care providers can better manage patients in their practices. Support is available through same-day phone consultations to referring providers. Remote psychiatric evaluation through video telepsychiatry is also available.