We take a holistic approach to care.
Your mental and social needs are as crucial for your overall wellbeing as your physical needs. Our behavioral health program is trauma-informed and experienced in the unique needs of queer people. We know firsthand how discrimination, stigma, and different forms of oppression can impact mental health.
Our behavioral health services include psychiatric assessment, medication management, and letters for gender-affirming surgeries and procedures. These are available to current patients ages 5 years and older. In-person and telemedicine visits are available in both offices.
Some mental health diagnoses that we have experience providing medication management for include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Child and adolescent onset
- Attachment disorders
- Bipolar and mood disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- PTSD and trauma
If you are a current patient seeking a consultation, please call 203-903-8308 or send us a MyChart message. You can also request a consultation through your medical provider during your next visit.
If you are not a current patient, your first step is to establish medical care. You can request an appointment online and we’ll contact you within 1-2 business days with your next steps. You can also call 203-903-8308 for assistance over the phone.
Insurance & Self-Pay
We work with most major insurances, including plans through:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- ConnectiCare (including Medicare plans)
- Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
- United Healthcare (including Medicare and Oxford plans)
Please note that this isn’t a complete list. If you have questions regarding your specific plan, please get in touch with us or your insurance carrier directly.
If you don’t have insurance, we offer discounted and/or free services for those who qualify based on family size and income. Please note that you may be responsible for additional charges incurred during visits, such as lab costs and prescriptions. Please contact us to learn more and apply.
Anchor Health does not prescribe standing or daily doses of benzodiazepines. Patients currently taking benzodiazepines who establish behavioral health care with us will discuss a tapering schedule to safely and gradually reduce your medication with your provider.