The Network recently surpassed the milestone of 100 participants, and behavioral health providers have been a key part of that surge in growth. The decision in February by the Arizona Health-e Connection (AzHeC) Board to adopt a statewide strategy to integrate physical and behavioral health information in The Network also extended the elimination of provider participation fees to behavioral health providers. This move is part of an overall effort to incentivize participation and care coordination among all community providers statewide.
We profile four of the 17 recently added behavioral health care providers that have joined The Network below. For a complete list of Network participants click here: Network participants
According to its website, La Frontera Arizona has been committed to working collaboratively with public and private partners to solve community problems for more than 45 years. Their resources and expertise aim to address issues related to behavioral health, affordable housing, children and youth, employment, crisis intervention/suicide prevention, military veterans, and community and cultural education.
CODAC is one of Arizona’s oldest and most respected community providers of specialty care for mental illness, addiction and trauma. What began as a grass roots drug abuse prevention program has grown into a multi-faceted organization that provides services across the entire spectrum of behavioral health care. Through 20 service locations and over 450 staff and volunteers, CODAC now serves more than 12,000 individuals and families each year.
Bayless Healthcare Group was founded in 1982 by, Dr. Michael Brad Bayless, as a model for behavioral health care delivery utilizing a multi-disciplinary team approach. Bayless has developed into a comprehensive health care provider with multiple specialties utilizing new technologies to improve the patient experience. As a comprehensive service provider for all ages and socio-economic classes, Bayless serves families and children, adults, the elderly and the community.
According to its website, Valle del Sol aims to inspire positive change by investing in health and human services to strengthen families with tools and skills for self-sufficiency and by building the next generation of Latino and diverse leaders. For more than 44 years, Valle del Sol has led the way in behavioral health, human services, and leadership development by assisting thousands of men, women, children, families, and the elderly through counseling, substance abuse treatment, support services, and leadership development programs.
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