For inquiries about the enrollment process, call (844) 224-5264 x104 or email intake@communitybehavioralhealth.net

Click here for instructions on how to register online

 

 

 

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Be sure to print, complete, and bring the New Patient Printable Enrollment Form to your local CBH clinic or email it to intake@communitybehavioralhealth.net with a copy of your ID and the front and back of your insurance card for your registration to be complete.

This form is for health care professionals only. Please fax any supplementary information or records to 888-509-0010.

We recommend waiting 3-5 days for a call from 844-224-5264 to gain your appointment or to clear up any eligibility issues. 

As soon as your initial paperwork is completed, your first appointment will be scheduled with a therapist to go through your information and background to clarify the information you have placed on the intake form as part of an initial biopsychosocial evaluation.

 

After this evaluation, you will be assigned to a regular therapist and have an evaluation with a psychiatrist or Nurse Practitioner.

 

PLEASE BE AWARE OF OUR CLINIC PRACTICES PRIOR TO REQUESTING ENROLLMENT

  • Community Behavioral Health is a Joint Commission accredited mental health clinic that meets the standards and requirements of current best practices. At their first visit, patients will undergo a biopsychosocial evaluation from a therapist. They will then be scheduled for a psychiatric evaluation with a doctor who may request for lab work (if not done in the last 3 months) and possible additional testing which will determine the best course of treatment.

  • As a result of working for the highest standards of care, all patients who receive care at Community Behavioral Health receive weekly or monthly therapy from an in-house therapist who collaborates with the psychiatrist in order to safely provide medications. As a result, Community Behavioral Health is unable to offer medication-only services.

  • Outside medical records with assessments and recommendations made by previous physicians or other care providers will be requested in order to continue care effectively.

  • After a comprehensive exam and review of previous medical records, Community Behavioral Health's psychiatrists may continue previous treatments from outside providers or will make evidence-based treatment recommendations meeting current clinical practice guidelines. 

  • Our expert team will discuss with you if you're eligible for our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), School-Based Mental Health (SBMH) or Behavioral Health Home (BHH); we do not guarantee that you will see all of the mentioned providers in the first and consecutive appointments.   

  • Consecutive missed appointments without prior notice will eventually lead to patient discharge.

  • Inappropriate comments or behavior to any staff, threats, or destruction of property can lead to immediate discharge.

  • You may be asked for a urine and blood sample periodically and on the first day you attend the clinic, we reserve the right to offer a re-schedule if you're unable to be tested.

  • Please be aware if you are on benzodiazepines or other controlled substances that are clinically contraindicated, they will be tapered for your health and safety.

PREPARING FOR YOUR VISIT

 

First In Office Visit 

For new patients, please make sure on your first visit that you bring the following:

  • A valid ID

  • Your insurance card

  • Any payment needed for services (CBH does not accept checks as payment for the first visit)

  • Any documentation required by the clinic or doctor. (i.e. guardianship forms, intake documents, copies of tests, etc.)

  • Be prepared to sign release & consent form for the  clinic (i.e. schools, primary care physicians, etc.)

 

Insurance

 

For uninsured individuals who are interested in obtaining insurance, please visit the website below:

Maryland Health Connection 

 

Community Behavioral Health currently accepts the following insurance carriers:

  • Aetna

  • Amerigroup

  • Blue Choice

  • Carefirst Blue Cross Blue Shield

  • Cigna

  • ClaimsBridge / Integra

  • ComPsych

  • Humana

  • Johns Hopkins EHP / John Hopkins Advantage Plan

  • Magellan

  • Maryland Physician Care

  • Medicare

  • Medicaid

  • NCPPO

  • Priority Partners

  • State of Maryland Medicaid/ Value Options

  • Tricare/Champus

  • United Behavioral Health

  • Value Options Commercial

    To continue services at CBH patients will have either be approved by their insurance for out of network services or will assume the cost of services (self-pay). Please contact us for more information. Certain conditions or restrictions may apply.

 

Please contact us for more information. Certain conditions or restrictions may apply.

Discrimination Policy

 

Community Behavioral Health does not discriminate against any person based on race, color, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, contact Administration.

 

Hours of Operation:                                                                        Contact Us:

Monday through Thursday:

     8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Friday:
     8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Saturday:

     By Appointment Only

For more information please call: (844) 224-5264