Refer a patient
Families and Self: Anyone that believes they could benefit from treatment at Hartgrove Behavioral Health System can make an appointment or walk-in any time 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Typically the referral to Hartgrove Behavioral Health System is from a hospital, primary care physician, school, mental health agency or other professional in the community. However, a family member can refer a patient or self-refer.
Hospitals: A doctor, nurse, social worker or any professional can call our Emergency Services Department 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to make a referral.
Medical Practitioners: The referral from the primary care physician can come one of two ways. The PCP can give the patient a referral and request that they call Hartgrove Behavioral Health System to set up the appointment or walk-in. Another option is the PCP can call Hartgrove Behavioral Health System and make the appointment for the patient.
Schools: Frequently, students are referred by guidance staff for evaluations. The guidance staff can recommend to the parents that the student be seen and treated at Hartgrove Behavioral Health System, or the staff member can make the referral. We cannot treat a student without the permission of the parent. Please feel free to contact us for further information about our services.
Please call (773) 413-1700 to schedule an assessment or to receive more information. You may also walk-in at any time for an assessment.