Behavioral Care Solutions

Platinum Partner

BCS was established in 2007 as an organization dedicated to the provision of older adult behavioral healthcare and wellness services. We offer comprehensive on-site psychiatric and psychological services to individuals residing in nursing home and assisted living settings. BCS currently services over 500 facilities throughout the Midwest including MI, OH, IL, and WI. Our team is comprised of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners who make regularly scheduled visits to your facility. BCS also provides specialized programs in dementia care, dealing with difficult behaviors, family support services, Gradual Dose Reduction (GDR) reviews and tracking, AIMS testing, and staff in-service and training. We also offer telepsychiatric services to supplement and enhance on-site care and provide immediate access during an acute care crisis. All of our services are at NO cost to the facility. More information can be found at the BCS website: www.behavioralcaresolutions.com.


Connect with Us!

Robert Clemente
Behavioral Care Solutions
Co-General Counsel/Wisconsin Business Development Representative
248-895-5470
robbie@bcsgps.com

Robert Clemente, a 2016 graduate of Wayne State University Law School, has worked in both the legal and business development departments at Behavioral Care Solutions since 2016. In his business development role, Robert worked as an associate business development representative in Behavioral Care Solutions’ Northern Michigan Market before transitioning to his current role in the Wisconsin market in 2019.

Amanda Zheng (Reisner)
Behavioral Care Solutions
Physician Assistant, MPAS
Associate Regional Director for Psychiatric Services – Wisconsin
areisner@bcsgps.com


Information and Resources

WHCA/WICAL MEMBERS ONLY EDUCAITON – FREE & 100% SPONSORED BY BCS: Learn More by Clicking Here and going to the Workforce Webinar Series. The educational series focuses on preventing staff burnout & turnover, and provides lessons for support-staff to help them understand mental health issues and needs in older/disabled adults.

BCS Introduction Letter

Marketing Brochure