CAMS-care Consultation Services

CAMS-care provides consultation for clinicians and organizations who are dedicated to raising the standard of care for suicidal patients to save lives. Our expert consultants are available to provide consultation for clinicians who are working with suicidal patients, organizations that are seeking to implement system wide improvements in their clinical care, collaborate on research projects and submit applications for grants for research and training initiatives.
We provide 4 types of consulting services:

CLINICAL CONSULTATIONS

Clinicians who are using CAMS often find it useful to engage in clinical consultation calls with an expert CAMS-care consultant. These calls are with novice CAMS providers and sometimes with experienced CAMS providers who may find themselves “stuck” with a certain case.

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SYSTEM OF CARE CONSULTING

For many years, Dr. Jobes and members of the CAMS-care team have provided “process improvement” consultation to help a mental health care system raise their standard of clinical care in relation to effectively treating suicidal patients.

Learn About the System of Care Consulting

RESEARCH CONSULTING

As experts in suicide-specific clinical research, Dr. Jobes and the CAMS-care team can provide consultation in research for quality assurance or even to make contributions to the empirical literature or more modest presentation (e.g., posters) at professional conferences.

Research Consulting

GRANT APPLICTATION & PROCESS CONSULTING

CAMS-care has experience working with funding agencies and can accommodate the needs of agencies who seek both local and national grant funding. We can help in the preparation of a grant or contract proposal and assist in collecting data relevant to the needs of the funding agency.

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Inquiry Form

CAMS-care is designed to support providers who work with suicidal patients and does not provide direct clinical services. If you are located in the UK and need crisis assistance, contact your local NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Services as we are unable to assist you.