Ensure coordination and referrals All health facilities should engage in coordination at the facility-level and at the community level. Facility-level coordination ensures that all those engaging with survivors within a facility are doing so according to the same standards and protocols.
The LIFE Project Living in Family Environments was one of several statewide grants given to counties in to develop alternatives for youth ages coming out of State Hospital Systems as a result of the closing of those hospitals.
HSAO's original purpose was to create alternative community based treatment for 30 youth who would normally have been placed in a state hospital had the option been available.
The LIFE Project has grown to serve children and adolescents up to age 21, serving almost youth and their families every year.
The RTF Group is seen as a best practice model in the State of Pennsylvania for its inclusion of parents as the driving force in the treatment planning process and its continuous on-site monitoring of the quality of treatment from the initial referral, through discharge and back to a community setting.
This award winning program provides service coordination services to those adults involved in the criminal justice system who are diagnosed with a mental illness. HSAO's goal is to divert or reduce the amount of time that a non violent mentally ill consumer spends in jail.
The Adult Justice Related Services Program established one of the first Mental Health Courts in the United States and was recently awarded the prestigious Ash Institute Award for creative programming for its efforts to return, to community settings, individuals with mental heath illnesses that are being released from state penitentiaries and returned to Allegheny County.
Through all of its service offerings, HSAO has consistently maintained the belief that consumer-specific services build on consumer, family and community strengths. The goal of HSAO has always been to ensure that mental health services are delivered in the least restrictive environment, either by maintaining the consumer in the community or returning the consumer back into the community.
HSAO's service coordination is provided with a creative and flexible approach to ensure the highest quality services.Services for Adults Benefits coordination services; Diversion and Acute Stabilization Program; Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence Survivors Group (Women) Expressive Arts In Therapy Program; To be eligible for this service, you must have a referral from your treatment provider.
The Central Referral Center (CRC) for BJC Home Care Services is where the patient referral process starts. There are Intake Coordinators in each BJC hospital who coordinate services for those patients that need home care.
There is someone on-call 24/7 for the CRC to facilitate home care coordination for patients in emergency rooms, etc.
The Early Intervention Care Coordination Provider Toolkit is a resource that we hope will be of great use and value to you. The toolkit is designed to help providers initiate a referral to Early Intervention services for children with suspected developmental delay, and to receive information back from Early Intervention about the outcome of the referral.
Prime Care Coordination makes it easy for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to get the help they need to reach their life goals. Referral to Community and Social Services. Use of Health Information Technology. Learn More About Our Services.
Central Coordination of Child Care Resource and Referral provides leadership and technical assistance for 13 CCR&R programs serving all counties in Oregon. We support quality standards and competencies for childhood care and education and align services with the state Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS).
Central Coordination. Health Homes providers will integrate and coordinate all primary, acute, behavioral health, and long term services and supports to treat the whole person. Who Is Eligible for a Health Home?
Health Homes are for people with Medicaid who: Have two or more chronic conditions; Have one chronic condition and are at risk for a second.