Behavioral Science Handbook

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Behavioral Science Handbook Psych Faculty and Resources Ralph Armstrong, MD: Consulting psychiatrist. Part of OPS rotation. Sees patients referred by residents and faculty with resident in the AFMC Friday mornings. Adult psychiatry. Special interest in addiction medicine Ronald Pollack, MD: Consulting psychiatrist. Part of OPS rotation. With resident Tuesday afternoons. Resident arranges patients to be seen either in the AFMC or in the hospital. Marge November, MD : Consulting psychiatrist. Works primarily with the Ventura County Behavioral Health. Part of OPS rotations. Sees patients referred by residents and faculty with resident Wednesday afternoons in the AFMC. Mary Stahlhuth, MA. Pre-doctoral psychology intern. Sees patients referred by residents and faculty in the AFMC. In clinic Friday mornings. Gina Vaughn, LCSW. Clinical social worker with the Ventura County Behavioral Health Department. Sees patients referred by residents and faculty. This is part of a research project. Patients must meet certain criteria to be included in the study. Criteria and referral process spelled out below. Ms. Vaughn consults with Dr. November. Ron Bale, PhD: Psychologist, Director of Behavioral Science. Sees patients with resident in Immunology Clinic Monday afternoons, and at the AFMC on Tuesday afternoons. Shadows residents Friday mornings at AFMC. Generally available for that which captures his interest. This typically includes anything of a psychological nature. Psych Referrals Ventura County Behavioral Health Crisis Team: S.T.A.R. Program - Entry to Mental Health Services
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Behavioral Science Handbook Description of Services: Entry to Ventura County Mental Health Services is facilitated through the Screening, Triage, Assessment and Referral (S.T.A.R.) Program. When the S.T.A.R. program is contacted, staff will talk with the individual to clarify the extent of their mental health needs as well as the services that will best serve them. Individuals whose mental health needs will be best served by county mental health services will be scheduled for an initial psycho-social assessment with a Behavioral Health Clinician. Individuals, whose needs will be better served by other community resources, will be provided with appropriate referrals. Contact for Information: CALL TOLL- FREE 1-866-998-2243; Days and Hours of Operation: 8am-6pm, Monday to Friday Method of Payment and Fees: No Cost for Initial Call Initial assessment Medi- cal, Medicare, sliding scale, self pay, private insurance How Referred to the Program: Individuals seeking services contact the toll-free number 1-866-998-2243 Community providers can contact the toll-free number or fax a referral to 805-981-9268. Special Eligibility Criteria:
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