Call the VMAP Line

The VMAP Line connects PCPs with a licensed mental health professional for consultation regarding pediatric patients, with the aim of mitigating the shortage of Virginia’s pediatric mental health workforce. Commonly-asked questions involve medication initiation or management, screening and diagnosis, and follow-up advice.

2 Ways to Contact the VMAP Line

1. Call Now

Monday through Friday | 9 AM – 5 PM

  • 1-888-371-VMAP (8627)

2. Request a Call

Calls must be scheduled at least one hour in advance.

Our call center staff will ask:

  • Provider details and call back number

  • Patient details – Name, DOB, insurance, zip code

  • Reason for the call and background information

  • If patient is 21 years or younger

What’s My Region?

Registering for VMAP

Registration is free and takes less than five minutes. Your registration helps the VMAP implementation team and state funders understand VMAP’s reach, and to plan for future needs and opportunities.

Registering for VMAP also streamlines and expedites the intake process for your future consultations.

Urgent need? First-time callers may use the VMAP line without registering.

Services Offered by the VMAP Line

VMAP Line services are regionally-based, offering customized support to PCPs in their area. VMAP’s regional staff are familiar with PCPs and their practices, local trends and needs, and the availability of certain types of resources.

Mental Health Consultation

Pediatric mental health consultations with regional child and adolescent psychiatrists and other licensed mental health professionals.

Consultations with a child psychiatrist or LMHP occur within 30 minutes of PCP request.

Care Navigation

Care navigation services to help with resources and referrals. Care navigation support is initiated with families within 2 business days.

PCPs receive follow-up communication regarding any recommendations.

Early Childhood Specialists

Consultations with early childhood specialists, including early childhood child psychiatrists and developmental behavioral pediatricians.