Child Psychiatric Access Network (CPAN)
CPAN is a network of child psychiatry access centers staffed by child psychiatrists who will provide pediatricians and primary care providers with live telephone case consultation as well as training opportunities related to common child mental health concerns. Our Dept of Psychiatry acts as one of the state’s 12 regional CPAN hubs.
Why enroll in the UTHealth Houston Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN)?
- Children are more likely to first visit with their Primary Care Physician or Pediatrician when they are experiencing a mental health concern.
- Due to a workforce shortage, there may be a delay before a child or adolescent is seen by a specialist in child psychiatry.
- The UTHealth Houston Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) takes a peer learning approach to providing care for children and adolescents with mental health concerns.
What can you expect as a participating Provider?
- CPAN is a FREE service for Primary Care Physicians and Pediatricians
- Receive psychiatric consultation with a child psychiatrist
- Receive referrals to mental health providers in your community
- Learn about relevant CME opportunities
How to enroll in the UTHealth Houston Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN)?
- Please complete the Practice Participation Agreement found at this link.
- Select the University of Texas Health Science Center Houston from the available drop down options.
- Once you complete the form, your practice is enrolled and you can utilize our consultation services.
- If you have other questions about the program, please reach out to us at 1-888-901-2726 and select option #8
Clinical Support and training
Join us the 3rd Tuesday of the month at noon as part of Project ECHO® to hear from our psychiatrists and subject matter experts. Participants are encouraged to submit their own de-identified clinical cases for discussion by our Project ECHO® team. Topics in our upcoming sessions include Generalized Anxiety Disorder, ADD/ADHD, and Addiction and Meds. Schedule coming soon.