Cheyenne VA Medical Center
Primary Care Mental Health Integration PC MHI
It’s normal to feel stressed, anxious, down or moody at times, but if these feelings persist, your Primary Care-Mental Health Integration (PC-MHI) team can help. PC-MHI services are available at the Cheyenne campus, Loveland MSOC and Fort Collins MSOC. PC-MHI is a team of mental health experts that coordinates with the rest of your Primary Care team to deliver the best possible care to you. PC-MHI integrates mental health staff into Primary Care, allowing your care team to provide services for depression, anxiety, PTSD, and substance use without needing a separate consult with mental health providers outside of the PACT clinic area.
Who does PC-MHI care for?
Any Veteran in primary care has access to PC-MHI’s resources and support team. Talk to your Primary Care Provider (PCP) if you have any of these common concerns:
Talking about mental health concerns can be difficult but speaking with your PCP can be the first step to feeling better.
What Can PC-MHI care do for you?
PC-MHI works with your Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) to meet your mental health needs right in primary care.
Your PC-MHI Care Manager will help you understand your symptoms, how treatment can help, and what you can do to help. PC-MHI Care Managers also track your treatment, progress, and concerns, and coordinate any adjustments as needed.
Along with your Care Manager, PC-MHI mental health experts work with you and the rest of your PACT. These mental health experts are located in the primary care clinic, and offer tailored care focusing on your concerns.
For more information about the Department of Veteran's Affairs PC-MHI program, Click Here.
- Cheyenne VAMC and all outpatient clinic locations
- 307-778-7550 Ext. 7349
Hours of Operation
- M-F, 8:00AM - 4:30PM