Behavioral health is an emerging public health crisis.
1 in 5
Number of American adults who suffer from a diagnosable mental health illness1
Median time between onset of a patient’s symptoms and their first treatment1
Percentage of people who need mental health care but do not receive it. It’s even higher for racial and ethnic minority populations1
Quickly connect to counselors
People need better access to care, faster. We connect any child, adolescent, and adult in your community needing support to a licensed care professional on-demand, typically within 48 hours.
Meet people where they are
People shouldn’t have to go out of their way to find and start care. Color brings awareness, screening, and resources into everyday routines, whether it’s bringing signage to local grocery stores or libraries, setting up a community event, or integrating screening into school registration.
No one left behind
Our solution ensures underserved and vulnerable populations get and maintain access to the care that they need.
How Color can partner with you
Accessible universal or targeted screening platform
Our configurable, HIPAA-compliant screening model allows multiple approaches to identifying individuals in need, earlier. We offer simple web-based or alternate screening flows in multiple languages, manage consent, and can target specific populations or conditions with clinically-validated tools.
Timely, accessible care for every community member
Color’s 50-state clinical network supports phone- and video-based consultations with licensed, high-quality coaches, therapists (including LCSWs and LMFTs), and psychiatrists, typically within 48 hours for those in need — as well as a triage line for acute needs. Our providers accept Medicaid and Medicare patients.
Handoffs and referral management for continuity of care
We seamlessly collect consent and HIPAA authorization from patients or guardians to allow for secure record sharing. We provide referrals and warm handoffs to support systems for ongoing and acute patient needs. After care, we ensure follow-up protocols based on the assessment.
Group- and peer-based mental health approach
Our cost-effective group- and peer-based mental health approach is built on a clinically-validated platform. This critical, community-oriented model can improve symptoms, including a nearly 50% symptom reduction among participants with moderate to severe anxiety and depression.
Services purpose-built to support public health departments and schools
We provide insurance billing as a service, including billing management, Medicaid enrollment, and other billing support for large programs.
Canvassing and community support
We embed in communities we serve, partnering with local community organizations and supporting canvassing and awareness-building — through schools, libraries, faith-based organizations, and more.
Training and support
We provide frontline staff with training, support, and support hotlines to empower them to confidently recognize warning signs, respond to crisis interventions, manage insurance situations, and more.
We equip and onboard counselors and clinicians in your community or system with our clinical tools, improving access to and efficiency from existing teams.
We offer dashboards for program administrators to see real-time reporting on utilization, outcomes, and risks to ensure the right kind of care is reaching your community.
We ensure our platforms are HIPAA-compliant. We protect the integrity of Protected Health Information (PHI), always.
1 in 5 adolescents aged 9-17 have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder, yet no state has an adequate supply of child psychiatrists.2 Our model improves preventive screening to identify more at-risk youth earlier and ensures they get age-appropriate care.
For Public Health Partners
There are over 6,000 mental health professional shortage areas (HPSAs) in the US. Color’s model connects underserved populations to culturally-appropriate resources in multiple languages, no matter where they are.
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- United States Senate Committee on Finance Presents Mental Health Care in the United States: The Case for Federal Action, March 2022
- Milbank Memorial Fund, Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care: Considerations and Opportunities for Policymakers, Planners, and Providers by Elizabeth Tobin Tyler, JD, MA, Rachel L. Hulkower, JD, MSPH, and Jennifer W. Kaminski, PhD, March 2017