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Maryland Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care (B-HIPP)

A Consultation Resource for Pediatric Primary Care Providers
Call (855) MD-BHIPP or (855) 632-4477

Maryland Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care (BHIPP) supports the efforts of primary care clinicians to assess and manage the behavioral health needs of their patients from infancy through the transition to young-adulthood.

Telephone Consultation Service

M-F, 9 am-5 pm (except major holidays), to provide consultation in many areas of behavioral health, including medication management, diagnostic issues, developmental delays, school/learning issues, autism spectrum disorders, adverse childhood experiences, and early childhood mental health.


Providers may access this service by calling (855) MD-BHIPP or (855) 632-4477.

Continuing Education

BHIPP provides in-person training and educational opportunities through Grand Rounds at hospitals across the state, regionally-based CME conferences, and in-office presentations and in-services at practice and departmental meetings.


Education opportunities for your practice can be set up by calling (855) MD-BHIPP or (855) 632-4477, and announcements about upcoming events can be found here.

Referral & Resource Networking

BHIPP has developed a comprehensive database of services across the state to offer primary care providers targeted referrals for their patients.


Providers can receive tailored assistance with resource identification by calling (855) MD-BHIPP or (855) 632-4477.

Social Work Co-Location

In partnership with Salisbury University, BHIPP places masters level social work interns in primary care practices on the eastern shore of Maryland. In this model, social work interns are available on-site to provide screening, brief intervention, referral, and real-time consultation to PCPs.

BHIPP is supported by funding from the Maryland Department of Health, and is conducted through a partnership among the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Salisbury University Department of Social Work.

For more information, visit our project website at: