Glossary of Delivery Care Systems
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- What are four skills oriented services?
- Club House
- 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
Fewer opportunities for regular assessment
- What are the attributes of physical health?
- Disease Centered
Physiological Systems Orientation
Greater opportunities for regular assessment
- Mental Illness characteristics...
- Unreliable diagnosis
Can be culturally defined
Prognosis may be vague
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
Protection of Civil Rights
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
- What are the four main components of the continum of care?
- Acute Outpatient Services
Crisis Intervention/Emergency Department Services
24 hour Crisis Services
Partial Hospitalization Services
Acute Inpatient Services
Intermediate Inpatient Services
Long-term Inpatient Services
- What are the dimensions of recovery?
- OVERCOMING STIGMA
BECOMING AN EMPOWERED CITIZEN
RENEWING HOPE & COMMITMENT
FINDING NICHE IN THE COMMUNITY
- 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)
Faith-Based Spirituality Initiative
- 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
Functioning as Recovery Guides
Community Mapping and Development
Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Recovery
(includes staff development)
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