Mental Health outpatient services include assessment, treatment, medication monitoring and consultation. Psychiatric service is most often paired with counseling and behavioral health services to provide comprehensive care. Upon appropriate referral, our psychiatrists can provide a mental health assessment, ongoing mental health treatment and medication monitoring as indicated.
Our primary care physician is available to provide annual history and physical evaluations, routine wellness checks and sick visits to individuals receiving Blick Clinic Residential Services. Gynecological/pelvic exams are also available to women who may not be easily served in the community.
An initial medical evaluation is also available to individuals referred to the Partial Hospitalization Program for mental health treatment.
The Nursing Department's responsibilities include supporting the physicians, coordinating healthcare services, providing education and support to our clients and the staff involved in their care. The Nursing Department also performs assessments and develops individualized care plans for individuals receiving Blick Clinic Residential Services and/or delegated nursing service within our Day Programs. Select laboratory service is also available to individuals who are not easily served within the community.
Individuals receiving medical and/or psychiatric services have 24 hour emergency access to our on-call nursing staff to discuss health questions or concerns.
To be eligible for certain medical services you must be at least 18 years old and currently involved with another Blick Clinic service or program. Qualifying services or programs may include Medical, Behavioral Health, Residential, Partial Hospitalization, and/or Day Programs.