Primary Care Providers
Access to Child Psychiatric Consults and Care Navigation Services for Your Patients
Do you need support with managing mental and behavioral health conditions in children and adolescents in your pediatric or family practice?
VMAP Will Give You:
Access to a consult line to a regional child psychiatrist and psychologist/social worker
Capability to do telepsychiatry or telepsychology visits in your offices*
Assistance through Care Navigators to help your families find mental health resources in their community*
*Some VMAP programs are still in development and not yet available to registered providers. Please see our FAQ and check regularly on the website for the latest updates.
VMAP is NOT a Referral Line!
We are here to help you learn how to manage mental and behavioral health in your practice. Please plan on participating in an educational program if you register for VMAP.
The time and how you participate in the education is up to you!
For details on educational programs such as REACH and Project ECHO in your area, see Virginia Chapter of the AAP.
Register to Use VMAP:
To sign up for VMAP, please complete the practice demographics and provider enrollment forms below. Upon registration, each provider will receive a confirmation email that includes a guide to VMAP processes and procedures, including the call center phone number and operating hours.
Only one practice demographic form needs to be completed per practice. If you are unsure if your practice has submitted a form, please submit one just in case.
Each individual provider (MD, DO, NP, or PA) needs to complete a provider enrollment to use VMAP services.
VMAP Call Center Updates (2019)
The VMAP Call Center will be closed on the following holidays:
Thanksgiving Weekend (11/27 starting at 1 p.m. - 11/29 at 5 p.m.)
Christmas Eve and Day (12/24-12/25)
New Year's Eve and Day (12/31-1/1)