About WI CPCP
The goal of the Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program (WI CPCP) is to improve mental health care for children in the state of Wisconsin by providing education, consultative support, and resource support from child psychiatrists, pediatric psychologists, and resource personnel. With this support, primary care providers are able to offer timely, quality mental health care to children and adolescents with mild-to-moderate mental and behavioral health concerns.
Consultative support to pediatric primary care providers regarding the diagnosis and management of mild-to-moderate mental health concerns in children and adolescents
Resource support in ensuring timely referrals to appropriate services within the region
CME-accredited education in mental health topics provided across multiple platforms
Wisconsin CPCP Facts
For additional details about the WI CPCP’s consultation, resource coordination, and education efforts, please view our annually updated WI CPCP Facts Sheet.
Counties Currently Served
By the Numbers
Pediatric Mental Health in Primary Care Conference
WI CPCP will be hosting a one-day mental health conference for primary care providers of children and adolescents with mental and behavioral health concerns on Friday, November 5, 2021.
The conference attendance will be virtual only.
Please contact Grace Weber at (608) 440-0817 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration closes on October 29, 2021.
My son's pediatrician told me of the WI CPCP services that she was enrolled in and how it worked. She said my son's treatment was outside the scope of her practice but that she could consult with child psychiatrists through this program. I agreed and trusted her. It was a quick turn-around in which my son's pediatrician called me to discuss medication and treatment options. He is currently stable and doing great in school, and he is even excelling in math! I have more respect for my pediatrician for seeking out assistance and using WI CPCP because we all don't know everything and need help. As the saying goes: It takes a village to raise a child.
PARENT OF A PEDIATRIC PATIENT