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Please take a moment to carefully read the following information regarding referrals and specialization at Neighborhood Psychiatry
- We strive to offer a high level of compassionate, evidence-based, patient-centered care in a comfortable, inviting setting for the most common mental health conditions. If you need specialized care, we’ll provide you with referrals you can investigate.
- Conditions requiring a higher level of care, such as Bipolar Disorder, Psychotic Disorders, Reproductive Psychiatry, or significant substance use disorder, addictions, eating disorders, personality disorders, and similar conditions require more specialized or intensive services than we offer.
- If you are planning to become pregnant, are pregnant, or are experiencing post-partum psychiatric symptoms, we recommend you seek referral with a specialist.
- Our focus is on the treatment of depression including:
- Major Depressive Disorder (i.e Unipolar Depression)
- Anxiety disorders including Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Social Anxiety Disorder/Social Phobia
- ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder)
- Related conditions (short-term stress management, adjustment disorders, insomnia, phobias, etc.
- We are not equipped to accept referrals from inpatient settings.
- With your permission, we will check your insurance to help you understand your coverage and financial responsibility. We offer private pay options and out-of-network services when in-network service is unavailable. For general questions, please go to our Contact page.
Please complete the application below. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Please note we have a high volume of referrals. Please feel free to reach out again if you haven’t heard back from us within one week.
At NPAM, Your Privacy Protection and Well Being are Our Main Concerns
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (an act intended to protect the privacy of patients’ health data) went into effect on April 14, 2003. As such, please note the following rules for contacting us via e-mail:
- Please note that email is not a fully secure means of communication. Please do not send personal health information via this contact form. If you choose to do so, please be aware that we are not responsible for breach of data.
- Do not use email or this contact form for urgent or emergency medical issues. In the event of an emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. For urgent matters, please call our office via telephone and contact your provider if you have enrolled in the Patient Portal.
- Please contact our office with any non-urgent clinical concerns, including for scheduling and administrative purposes.
- Please allow up to 3 business days for use to respond to emails. If we do not get back with you, please contact us again as unavoidable technical issues may interfere with communications.
- Patients currently under our care have access to secure electronic communication for non-urgent matters. Please ask our staff if you do not have access, and wish to arrange for it.