Resources to Advance Integration


For Behavioral Health Providers and Care Managers

Cherokee Health Systems Integrated Care Training Academy:

Harborview Behavioral Health Institute:

Current TeleBehavioral Health Training Series: Past TeleBehavioral Health Trainings:


UW Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Integrated Care Training Program:

Online Collaborative Care Training for Behavioral Health Care Managers: Supporting the Medical Care of People Living with Mental Illness: An Online Course for Case Managers: 

UW AIMS Center:

National Council for Mental Wellness Medical Directors Institute:

Optimizing the Psychiatric Workflow Within a Team-Based Care Framework: Making the Case for High-functioning, Team-based Care in Community Behavioral Health Care Settings:
For Psychiatric Consultants

UW Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Community Based Integrated Care Fellowship:

American Psychiatric Association – Free online training with CME:

Financial and Reimbursement Information

American Academy of Pediatrics:

American Psychiatric Association (APA), Getting Paid in the Collaborative Care Model:

APA, Medicaid Payment for the Collaborative Care Model:

UW AIMS Center:

Pediatric Resources

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Collaboration with Primary Care:

Pediatric Integrated Care Resource Center:

The Pediatric Integrated Care Collaborative:

The UW AIMS Center Pediatric Collaborative Care Implementation Guide


For PCPs\Pediatricians:

Washington Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics:

Seattle Children’s Hospital, Child Psychiatric Consultation Program and Care Guide:

For Behavioral Health Providers/Care Managers:

Washington Partnership Access Line, First Approach Skills Training (FAST) Programs:

Academic Articles on Integration


“Association of Integrated Team-Based Care with Health Care Quality, Utilization, and Cost”

Brenda Reiss-Brennan, Kimberly D Brunisholz, Carter Dredge, Pascal Briot, Kyle Grazier, Adam Wilcox, Lucy Savitz, Brent James

“Costs of using evidence-based implementation strategies for behavioral health integration in a large primary care system”

Kai Yeung, Julie Richards, Eric Goemer, Paula Lozano, Gwen Lapham , Emily Williams, Joseph Glass, Amy Lee, Carol Achtmeyer, Ryan Caldeiro, Rebecca Parrish, Katharine Bradley


Pediatric Specific:

“Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care: Considerations and Opportunities for Policymakers, Planners, and Providers”

            Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler, Rachel L. Hulkower, Jennifer W. Kaminski

Evaluating Integrated Mental Health Care Programs for Children and Youth”  

Lawrence S Wissow, Jonathan D Brown, Robert J Hilt, Barry D Sarvet

Five-Phase Replication of Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care”

Heather J. Walter, MD, MPH; Louis Vernacchio, MD, MSc; Emily Trudell Correa, MPH, MS; Jonas Bromberg, PsyD; Ellen Goodman, MSW; Jessica Barton, MSW; Gregory J. Young, MD; David R. DeMaso, MD; Glenn Focht, MD

“Key Components of Effective Pediatric Integrated Mental Health Care Models: A Systematic Review”

Juliet Yonek, Chuan-Mei Lee, Anna Harrison, Christina Mangurian, Marina Tolou-Shams

“Pediatric Integrated Care Models: A Systematic Review”

Kimberly Burkhart, Kenneth Asogwa, Nida Muzaffar, Mary Gabriel

“Utilization of Integrated and Colocated Behavioral Health Models in Pediatric Primary Care”

Alexandra Hoff, PhD, Cheyenne Hughes-Reid, PhD, Erica Sood, PhD, Meghan Lines

For Substance Use Disorder Providers

SAMHSA Practitioner Training Resources:

University of Washington Addiction, Drugs & Alcohol Institute (ADAI):