Project TEACH 

The ProviderFirst Webinar Series is designed to inform you about new developments, clinical best practices, programs, and collaborations to improve patient care.

We invite you and your staff to take advantage of this free educational opportunity.

When: Tuesday, September 19 2017, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Who should attend: PCPs, specialty physicians, behavioral health providers, and hospital personnel.

Topic:  Project TEACH is an innovative program funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health. The goal of the program is to strengthen and support the ability of pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) to integrate behavioral health into primary care settings for children, youth, and their families facing mild to moderate mental health conditions. 

*All participants receive 1 AAFP Prescribed credit per webinar.


Project TEACH offers several important services at no cost to PCPs in New York State:

  • Rapid response telephone consultations with child and adolescent psychiatrists.
  • Rapid response face-to-face evaluations for your patients—either in person or by telepsychiatry.
  • Training and education in a variety of formats on assessment, treatment, and management of mild to moderate mental health concerns.
  • Linkage and referral services to community mental health and support services for PCPs and families.

Webinar Benefits:

  • Learn how to access a phone consultation with a child and adolescent psychiatrist who can support your ability to work with children and youth who have mild to moderate mental health conditions.
  • Learn how you can help children and families in your practice schedule face-to-face evaluations with child and adolescent psychiatrists.
  • Find ways to connect children and their families with the right kind of resources, services, and professionals they need in their communities.

Learn about the speaker:


David L. Kaye
University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Dr. David L. Kaye is a Professor of Psychiatry and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs at the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine. He also serves as the Medical Director of the CAP PC Program. He has been on faculty at UB for 35 years.  Prior to his current position, he was the Director of Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for 29 years. 



This event has been approved for AAFP Prescribed credit by the AAFP Commission on Continuing Professional Development (COCPD).

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