We are honored that you are considering referring your patient to treatment with us, and will make every effort to ensure that your patient is scheduled for an intake assessment as quickly as possible.

Patients experiencing invisible wounds, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), military sexual trauma, anxiety and depression related to military service, will be assessed to ensure that they are an appropriate fit for our treatment program. In general, patients must be sufficiently stable to participate in active psychotherapy, so current substance use, suicidality and serious mental illness will be assessed. For patients with a history of serious mental illness, medication compliance and stability will be assessed to ensure that it would be an appropriate time for them to engage in therapy. Medical history and current treatment will be assessed, particularly if a patient is being considered for our two week intensive outpatient program (IOP), to ensure that they could safely engage in this program. For patients who are accepted into our IOP and will be returning to their local treatment team after program completion, we facilitate communication with the patients’ providers (with their permission) in order to ensure coordination of care.

Refer a Patient

If you are uncertain as to whether a patient would meet our eligibility criteria, we encourage you to refer him/her. We are happy to conduct the initial assessment and determine if our program would be the best fit; if not, we will help connect the patient with services or resources that may be more appropriate for his/her treatment needs.

Referring providers or your staff may refer a patient by contacting us at 888-514-5345.

Items to Provide with Your Referral

When referring a patient, you may be asked to fax relevant records to (404) 712-1913, such as:

  • Psychotherapy or medication management treatment records
  • Medical and psychiatric history records
  • Hospital discharge summaries
  • Patient’s insurance information