Project Teach

Phone consultation with child psychiatrists available to all District II pediatricians!

Project Teach

Consultations • Training • Referrals

Project TEACH’s mission is to strengthen and support the ability of New York’s pediatric primary care providers to deliver care to children and families who experience mild-to-moderate mental health concerns.  This project is fully funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health.

Consultations with Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists

Project TEACH is free for all pediatric primary care providers and other prescribers who treat children in New York State.  This includes family physicians, child and adolescent psychiatrists, adult psychiatrists who treat children, and nurse practitioners.  Project TEACH provides both phone consultations and face-to-face evaluations with child and adolescent psychiatrists.  A provider does not have to participate in other Project TEACH services to access consultation.

  • Telephone Consultations
    Phone consultations provide primary care providers the opportunity to ask questions, discuss cases, and review treatment options with a Project TEACH child and adolescent psychiatrist.  Primary care providers can call the consultation line in their region as many times as needed to treat a child with mild-to-moderate mental health concerns in the primary care setting.  Phone consultations are provided within four (4) hours of a request,  unless otherwise specified by the primary care provider.
  • Face-to-Face Evaluations
    Project TEACH also provides access to face-to-face evaluations with Project TEACH child and adolescent psychiatrists for children and families in your practice.  A face-to-face evaluation can take place in-person, or via telepsych for families living more than one hour away from a Project TEACH site, or otherwise have transportation challenges.

Educational Trainings

Project TEACH offers training in several different formats for pediatric primary care providers (PCPs).  These programs support your ability to assess, treat and manage mild-to-moderate mental health concerns in your practice.  Links to on-demand webinars and archived webinars appear below.  On-demand webinars are offered for CME credit.

Linkages and Referrals

Linkages and referrals help pediatric primary care providers and families access appropriate community mental health and support services, including clinic treatment, care management, and family support.

Get Involved

Primary care providers can use the map below to identify the county where their practices are located.  Simply use the contact information for that region to request any Project TEACH service.


Project Teach Map

Click below to see a more detailed map

Project Teach Map

Upcoming Events:

New York State Conference on Maternal Depression

Attend this conference to align your practice with the statewide effort to screen for, diagnose and treat maternal depression:

Friday, October 12, 2018
Hilton Albany
40 Lodge Street
Albany NY 12207
(518) 462-6611

To register:

Project TEACH Summer 2018 Newsletter

(Link to be provided)

anim-new5CAP-PC Summer 2017 Newletter

CAP-PC Winter 2016-17 Newletter

Time magazine had an article on the rising use of telemedicine in child psychiatry.   While we are NOT able to provide ongoing treatment, we are able to provide tele-psychiatric consultation evaluations for your pediatric patients who live more than 40 miles from our hubs or have other transportation barriers.  We have been providing in person consultation evaluations from the beginning of the CAP-PC program and have now completed thousands for your patients.   If your patient needs a telepsychiatric evaluation let us know!

On-Demand Webinars

These programs support your ability to assess, treat and manage mild-to-moderate mental health concerns in your practice.

Archived Videos of previous live trainings can be viewed here:


Together we are making a huge difference for kids and families!