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Pediatric Integrated Care Resource Center (PIC-RC)

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The Pediatric Integrated Care Resource Center (PIC-RC) is designed to promote the integration of medical and behavioral/mental health services for children, adolescents, and their families by providing ready access to needed resources to interested professionals in different disciplines who are working in a variety of settings.

The goal of the PIC-RC is to encourage the highest level of collaboration between advanced practice nurses, child and adolescent psychiatrists, family practitioners, mental health counselors, nurse practitioners, pediatricians, psychologists, social workers, and other mental healthcare professionals in order to more effectively serve children and families in need. As such the PIC-RC aims to be highly inclusive, leaving it to users to evaluate the utility of the materials for their particular needs.