Compass requires a referral from the attending physician, psychiatrist, or nurse practitioner for the majority of its mental health treatment programs.
Patients seeking Substance Use Disorder as a co-occurring disorder can self refer and should call Compass Health Center to speak with an intake specialist as more information may be required.
For specific mental health treatment programs, we prefer that patient referrals come directly from the treating psychiatrist or therapist. Here are some key considerations mental health providers and clinicians should take note of when submitting a patient referral:
From the day of a patient’s admission, our team communicates regularly with the patient’s outpatient care team and any other key points of connection in the community. For our children and adolescent patients, the education specialist is in regular communication with their school social workers – and typically travels to the school for a transition meeting as the patient prepares for discharge from the program. Compass refers back to the referring provider or clinician once the patient completes the program.
Please inform and ask for consent before submitting your patient’s mental health referral. After we carefully review your submission and have confirmed consent, Compass Health Center will make two attempts to reach out to the patient. If we do not receive a response, we will notify the physician who made the referral.
Sometimes we receive a considerable volume of patient referrals, and it may take longer than expected to hear back from us on the status of your patient’s inquiry. We encourage you to ask your patients to call us for a follow-up. If a family member is to reach out on the status of the mental health referral application, please let them know that consent from the patient is required before any information is released.
Complete the form below.
Attach relevant documentation (e.g. psychiatric consultations or discharge summaries, medication sheets, laboratory results, physical findings) to help Compass effectively address your concern. Do not include youth criminal justice documents as they are unnecessary.
Once your referral has been reviewed, a representative of Compass Health Center will call your patient to arrange for an initial consultation. If the patient isn't reached after calling twice, the Compass team will coordinate with the referring physician.
For more information please call 844-552-0242.
Compass's patient referral service is available for the following treatment programs:
Short-term but intense early intervention treatment programs specially designed for the unique challenges experienced by children in this specific age group. Our Child Programs team has years of immersive experience in treating children and families struggling with mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, and other mental health diagnoses.
Our daytime and afterschool programs for adolescents are geared towards guiding teens on how to manage debilitating depression, anxiety, OCD, and/or substance use disorder through evidence-based approaches. Compass Health Center also offers a school refusal program, which is short-term stabilization for teenagers who are finding it difficult to succeed in school.
Compass Health center offers mental health programs to young adults who are dealing with depression, anxiety, OCD, past trauma, chronic pain and illness, and substance use diagnoses. We use evidence-based therapies to address symptoms, guide individuals, and equip them with the necessary skills and techniques to manage their symptoms.
Our Adult PHP/IOP behavioral health treatment programs are for individuals with mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, chronic pain and illness, substance use, and complex anxiety disorders including obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Our care model is centered around group therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, psychiatric assessment, and medication management. We use evidence-based treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP).