Thank you for your trust and confidence in Yellowbrick’s efforts to provide world-class care and elite customer service. We value our partnership and relationship with the professional community. It is best to have a direct conversation about your referral so that we can each ask questions specific to the needs of the individual seeking treatment. It is also very helpful to have referents send any relevant testing or other documentation which would enrich our understanding of the individual being referred.
Call Admissions at 866-234-0222.
In certain cases, you will have a follow-up conversation with Yellowbrick’s Medical Director.
Yellowbrick respects and seeks to honor your relationship with the individual being referred. If you intend to not continue with the patient following treatment at Yellowbrick, we will support you and the patient in negotiating that transition.
If your intention is to continue working with the individual following treatment at Yellowbrick, we are open to negotiating among you, the patient, and our model as to how to proceed. Yellowbrick welcomes your contribution and has multiple options available for participation:
Options are decided based on patient need and preference, and the referent’s interest and intention beyond treatment at Yellowbrick. Yellowbrick, as a specialty program provider of residential, PHP, and IOP levels of care, does not function as an outpatient office clinic. We support the return to the prior professional when it is mutually agreed to by the emerging adult and their family and the professional, or support making new referrals upon transition beyond Yellowbrick.
Yellowbrick collaborates with adolescents and emerging adults, ages 16-30's, their families and participating professionals toward the development and implementation of a strategic “Life Plan.” An integrative, multi-specialty consultation clarifies strengths, limitations, and risks, and defines motivations, goals and choices.
A mental health condition that’s characterized by intense shifts in mood including both manic and depressive episodes.
People living with Major Depressive Disorder, or MDD, experience episodes of depression and sadness that are debilitating to daily life.
Those living with anxiety disorders experience high levels of anxiety and stress that interfere negatively with daily life.
A mental health issue in which a person’s cognitive function is impaired, resulting in symptoms like experiencing challenges with conducting speech, reading and writing, and behavior.
Mental health disorders that negatively affect a person’s behaviors, thought patterns, and function. People diagnosed with these disorders experience challenges with managing relationships and understanding various situations.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a mental health condition that people can develop as a result of experiencing traumatic situations, characterized by symptoms including flashbacks, avoidance behaviors, and more.
A mental health condition that is characterized by specific symptoms of forgetfulness and lack of concentration, which makes it challenging to complete necessary tasks.
Mental health conditions that interfere with a person’s eating habits, thought patterns, and behaviors in negative ways.
A mental health disorder diagnosable with the DSM-5 that is characterized by both obsessions and compulsive behaviors.