In the United States, we have had separate funding streams for different types of healthcare: one stream for community health centers, another stream for community mental health centers, a third stream for the treatment of those suffering from substance abuse and other addictions, a fourth stream for the psychiatric treatment of children and adolescents, and yet another for those with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. It is past time for us to rejoin our colleagues in the rest of medicine. As we hear about the health home (formerly the medical home) and accountable care organizations, medicine is moving to integrated healthcare. This includes all medical specialties and mental health disciplines as well as nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, and other healthcare extenders. Psychiatry should be leading the way. For decades, we have utilized the team model in the treatment of our patients. We have understood the significance of disability not just diagnosis, the need to address social issues such as housing, vocational rehabilitation, and an approach called "recovery," which focuses on helping individuals with chronic illnesses to be valued members of our society. We are the "glue" for all of medicine. Without an appreciation of human behavior and the many factors that contribute to how people approach both health and illness, efforts to try to combat obesity, hypertension, diabetes, smoking, cancer—to say nothing of depression, anxiety, psychosis, and suicide—will all go for naught.