Crusader provides integrated behavioral health services within the primary care clinic and is available for established child, adolescent, and adult patients.
Fully licensed behavioral health providers work in coordination with primary care providers to address mental health issues, substance use issues, and other behaviors and issues that affect a patient’s health. This integrated approach to treatment provides patients with an effective, convenient, accessible, and efficient way to address behavioral health needs.
Treatment services include assessment, diagnosis, therapy, psychoeducation, relapse prevention planning, treatment recommendations, and crisis intervention.
Additionally, Behavioral Health Case Management services are available to provide comprehensive care management, patient and family skills training and support, education and health promotion, transitional care, advocacy, linkage, collaboration, and referral to/with community services and agencies.
Behavioral Health services are scheduled separately or in conjunction with a primary care visit and can be provided either in person or via telehealth (certain exceptions apply).
Patients are encouraged to talk to their primary care provider about any behavioral health concerns they may be having.
Crusader patients can either be referred by their primary care provider or call and schedule an appointment with a behavioral health provider directly.
Treatment doesn’t have to wait.
Behavioral health issues addressed include:
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Bipolar Disorder
- Alcohol and/or substance use
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Family, Parenting, or Relationship Difficulties
- Personal or Social Difficulties
- Behavioral issues associated with:
- Weight management
- Chronic pain
Crusader behavioral health services are supported in part through Winnebago County Community Mental Health Board (WCCMHB) grant funding. More information can be found at www.r1planning.org/wccmhb