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Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care (BHIPP) Program

Professor and Student at Desk
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The BHIPP Program is a partnership between Salisbury University’s Center for Healthy Communities, University of Maryland School of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Morgan State University, with funding from the Maryland Department of Health, Behavioral Health Administration. Salisbury’s component of this partnership is to train, place, and supervise Masters level social work interns in pediatric primary care offices throughout the state of Maryland.

The state program website can be accessed at

Contact Jan McIntyre, LCSW-C at for further information on Salisbury’s component of the BHIPP Program.

Years of Service to Pediatric Co-locations providing behavioral and mental health brief intervention in rural areas of Maryland

Salisbury University MSW BHIPP Interns have completed 8,549 pediatric contacts
BHIPP Celebrates 10 years. 1 decade of service