Services Overview

What is MC3?

The MC3 program offers psychiatry support to pediatric and perinatal providers in Michigan who are managing patients with behavioral health concerns. This includes children, adolescents, young adults through age 26, and women who are contemplating pregnancy, pregnant, or postpartum (up to one year).

What services does MC3 offer?

Services available statewide include:

Prescriber Consultations: Psychiatrists are available at no cost through same-day phone consultations to offer guidance on diagnostic questions, medication recommendations, and appropriate psychotherapy. Your local MC3 Behavioral Health Consultant is also available to provide recommendations for local resources. No cost.

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Telepsychiatry Evaluations: In-home, video-based evaluations for patients as a follow-up to same-day phone consultations.

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Group Case Consultation: Opportunities for you and your colleagues to discuss and review patients with behavioral health concerns with one of our consulting psychiatrists. No cost.

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Provider Café: A supportive virtual space to check in and talk about how you’re managing your stress and the stress of your patients. No cost.

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Additional services available in select counties include:

Perinatal Patient Care: Direct perinatal mental health services, including free same-day access to Behavioral Health Consultants who provide virtual counseling, case management, and care coordination for your patients (available only Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Genesee, Ingham, or Washtenaw counties). No cost.

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Behavioral Resource Specialist: Personalized assistance for your patients with navigating local resources for behavioral health services (available only in Genesee County). No cost.


What else does MC3 offer?

We also offer many live and recorded educational opportunities as well as various resources to help providers treating patients with behavioral health concerns. Check out the Education & Training and Resources section of this site to see the rest of what we offer. 

If you are a non-prescribing pediatric or perinatal provider and you want to sign-up to participate in our education and training opportunities, contact us at and we can add you to our email distribution list.

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