Referrer Toolkit

Whether you are a health plan care manager, hospital discharge planner, referring provider, or patient advocate, these resources are designed to help you share information about our virtual mental health services. 

You may download and share these handouts with your members, patients, and community. Begin by filtering by audience to find the materials you need.

Brave Beginnings

This toolkit includes three printable patient education handouts about telehealth, benefits of mental health treatment, treatment modalities, and tips to prepare for a telehealth appointment. 

The handouts are designed to be shared directly with patients. 

Referral Quick Start Guide

This printable Quick Start Guide  includes all information you’ll need to connect a patient to care. You can even scan a QR code when you are ready to make that referral. 

The PDF includes the following:

- Admissions Criteria
- Brave’s Mental Health Services
- Referral Checklist
- QR Code to Refer
Outpatient Treatment for Serious Mental Illness

This handout explains the comprehensive outpatient treatment for individuals with serious mental illness and complex care needs. 

Support During Pregnancy and Beyond

This handout outlines the components of care available to pregnant and postpartum women at Brave Health.

Care for Seniors

This handout explains the comprehensive support available to seniors at Brave Health.

Treatment for Adolescents

This handout lists the comprehensive mental health treatment options for adolescents at Brave Health.

Maternal Mental Health Care

This handout outlines the benefits of treatment available to pregnant and postpartum women at Brave Health.

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