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What are four skills oriented services?
Club House
Vocational Programs/training
Day Treatment
Residential Treatment
What is the Olmstead Act of 1999?
Supreme Court Decision
Unnecessary segregation within an institution is discrimination based on disability and so,
States are required to provide community-based services rather than institutional placements
Regs say services must be provided in “in the most integrated setting appropriate”
Integrated means: “to interact with non-disabled persons to the fullest extent possible”
What are the attributes of behavioral health?
Team Orientation
Community Systems Oriented
Bio-psychosocial
Fewer opportunities for regular assessment
What are the attributes of physical health?
Disease Centered
Physiological Systems Orientation
Holistic Approach
Greater opportunities for regular assessment
Mental Illness characteristics...
Unreliable diagnosis
Can be culturally defined
Prognosis may be vague
Vague onset
Treatment may be involuntary
Treatment setting and time inconsistency
History of Behavioral Healthcare in USA
Colonial America -Punishment is Treatment
Rational Humanitarian Treatment-Enlightened Reform
Emergence of State Care - Humane Incarceration
Mental Hygiene Movement - Social Reform
Psychoactive Drugs and the Therapeutic Community- A New Age of Control
De-institutionalization - From the Back Wards to Community Isolation
Decentralized System of Care - The Continuum of Care
Recovery Oriented System – Integration of Care & Community
What are the principles of behavioral health continum of care?
Person Centered
Least Restrictive
Strengths based
Culturally Competent
Protection of Civil Rights
Rehabilitation
Community & Family Oriented Treatment
Access to Services at appropriate time and place
Integrated Service System
What are outpatient services?
Assertive Community Treatment Teams (ACT)
Case Management Services
Club House / Social Club
Day Treatment Programs
Individual, Family & Group Therapies
Jail Diversion
Occupational/Vocational Services
Living skills
Rehabilitation Services
Residential Services
Specialty Services
What are the four main components of the continum of care?
Acute Outpatient Services
Crisis Intervention/Emergency Department Services
24 hour Crisis Services
Acute Services
Partial Hospitalization Services
Acute Inpatient Services
Intermediate Inpatient Services
Long-term Inpatient Services
What are the dimensions of recovery?
OVERCOMING STIGMA
ASSUMING CONTROL
MANAGING SYMPTOMS
BECOMING AN EMPOWERED CITIZEN
SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS
RENEWING HOPE & COMMITMENT
FINDING NICHE IN THE COMMUNITY
REDEFINING SELF
INCORPORATING ILLNESS
History of Behavioral Healthcare in USA
Colonial America -Punishment is Treatment
Rational Humanitarian Treatment-Enlightened Reform
Emergence of State Care - Humane Incarceration
Mental Hygiene Movement - Social Reform
Psychoactive Drugs and the Therapeutic Community- A New Age of Control
De-institutionalization - From the Back Wards to Community Isolation
Decentralized System of Care - The Continuum of Care
Recovery Oriented System – Integration of Care & Community
What are the principles of behavioral health continum of care?
Person Centered
Least Restrictive
Strengths based
Culturally Competent
Protection of Civil Rights
Rehabilitation
Community & Family Oriented Treatment
Access to Services at appropriate time and place
Integrated Service System
What are outpatient services?
Assertive Community Treatment Teams (ACT)
Case Management Services
Club House / Social Club
Day Treatment Programs
Individual, Family & Group Therapies
Jail Diversion
Occupational/Vocational Services
Living skills
Rehabilitation Services
Residential Services
Specialty Services
What are the four main components of the continum of care?
Acute Outpatient Services
Crisis Intervention/Emergency Department Services
24 hour Crisis Services
Acute Services
Partial Hospitalization Services
Acute Inpatient Services
Intermediate Inpatient Services
Long-term Inpatient Services
What are the dimensions of recovery?
OVERCOMING STIGMA
ASSUMING CONTROL
MANAGING SYMPTOMS
BECOMING AN EMPOWERED CITIZEN
SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS
RENEWING HOPE & COMMITMENT
FINDING NICHE IN THE COMMUNITY
REDEFINING SELF
INCORPORATING ILLNESS
What is the umbrella of recovery?
Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT)
Trauma Informed and Direct Services (TARGET)
Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Illness Management and Recovery
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Family Initiative
Employment Initiative
Faith-Based Spirituality Initiative
Cultural Competence
What are the recovery practice guidelines?
Primacy of Participation
Promoting Access and Engagement
Ensuring Continuity of Care
Employing Strengths-Based Assessment
Offering Individualized Recovery Planning
(person-centered planning)
Functioning as Recovery Guides
Community Mapping and Development
Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Recovery
(includes staff development)