BHI for Providers

BHI offers our providers the resources and tools to help you best serve our members.

Welcome to the Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. (BHI) network of participating providers! BHI is the state designated Behavioral Healthcare Organization (BHO) for Medicaid recipients in Arapahoe, Douglas, and Adams Counties, including the City of Aurora. Here you will learn about BHI’s continuum of mental health services. It will also provide you with the guidelines for doing business with BHI, including policies and procedures.

BHI is a company founded in 1994 by AllHealth Network, Aurora Mental Health Center, and Community Reach Center. These community mental health centers have over 100 years combined experience in providing a complete range of mental health services. The BHI provider network has over 500 caring professionals to meet member needs.

BHI arranges for the provision of and access to varying levels of service through a broad range of providers, consisting of appropriately licensed and/or certified practitioners, facilities, and programs. BHI is committed to the “Recovery Model” as a philosophy of integrated treatment for individuals and their families with severe and chronic mental illness and co-morbidity. BHI offers an array of therapeutic, educational, peer-led, and illness management programs to our members to assist them in their recovery toward optimal functioning in their homes and communities.

As a BHI network provider, BHI will work with you to coordinate the continuum of mental health services your clients may need. The information included on this website will provide you with a better understanding of what to expect from BHI. BHI is committed to managing a behavioral health network that is accessible and attentive to providers’ concerns and needs.

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BHI Supports the Zero Suicide Model for Suicide Prevention
Zero Suicide is a commitment to suicide prevention in health and behavioral health care systems, and also a specific set of tools and strategies. It is both a concept and a practice. The Zero Suicide approach has demonstrated an 80 percent reduction in the suicide rate among members in health systems that use it! We encourage providers to be a part of this initiative.

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