FAQ

FAQ

Q: Who can use C-PAC?
A: C-PAC services are available to meet the needs of primary care in Colorado.  This includes all medical staff within a primary care practice (MD, DO, NP, PA-C, MA, office staff, etc.).

In an effort to ensure quality service, we request that all providers enroll in the program. Our program is currently expanding, and we recently opened our enrollment opportunities. Please contact us if you are interested in enrolling in C-PAC.

Q: What are examples of reasons to contact C-PAC?
A: Our staff are highly qualified with a diverse background in child and adult behavioral healthcare.  We are a dedicated team who enjoy conversations with primary care.  We greatly welcome requests or questions for any issue related to behavioral healthcare. This can be a general question or a question related to specific patient.  Examples are listed below but are certainly not inclusive.

  • Psychiatric medication related issues
  • Behavioral Health Diagnosis
  • Comorbidity
  • Substance abuse
  • Learning difficulties
  • Referrals to community resources, including behavioral health professionals
  • Complex care issues (foster care, hospital admissions, etc.)
  • Parent Interactions
Q: Can you help me with a crisis?
A: We are not set up to directly assist you in a crisis.  Please utilize your existing crisis procedures.  We may be able to assist you in other ways, however, such as providing risk assessment tools and referrals to community resources.
Q: Can anyone from my office call C-PAC?
A: Yes, any staff member from your clinic may contact C-PAC, as long as your clinic has enrolled in the program.