Learn more about BHIPP  and our Salisbury

Co-location Program through the videos below.



BHIPP supports the efforts primary care providers (PCPs) to assess and manage the mental health needs of their patients from infancy through the transition to young-adulthood through four main components:


      • Phone Consultation

      • Continuing Education

      • Resource & Referral Networking

      • Social Work Co-location


BHIPP is available to PCPs without charge and without regard to a patient’s insurance status. PCPs can initiate a phone consultation by calling 855-MD-BHIPP.