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The Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) is a statewide initiative, funded by the Texas legislature, to address the mental health needs of Texas children and adolescents. CPAN is a free network of child psychiatry access centers, staffed by child psychiatrists and other mental health professionals to assist primary care providers with child mental health concerns. The Texas A&M Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, in collaboration with Baylor Scott & White Health in Temple, TX, is one of the state’s 12 regional CPAN hubs. CPAN offers pediatricians and primary care providers live telephone case consultation, resource information, and training opportunities to assist with immediate care concerns at no cost. Call today for more information, to register, or for immediate assistance: 1 (888) 901 CPAN (2726). Select prompt 3, then 4 to reach CPAN at Texas A&M.