Community treatment models in the context of client driven services

There is no single way to create a logic model. Think of it as something to be used, its form and content governed by the users' needs. Who creates the model?

Community treatment models in the context of client driven services

Twenty-five years of gold. Psychiatric Services, 51, Practical guidelines for the community treatment of markedly impaired patients.

Community Mental Health Journal, 12, Setting up an assertive community treatment service. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 2, The Psychology of Assertive Outreach, Assertive community treatment literature review.

A manual for ACT start-up: Based on the PACT model of community treatment for persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses.

National Alliance on Mental Illness. The "active ingredients" of assertive outreach. New Directions for Mental Health Services, no.

Community treatment models in the context of client driven services

Critical ingredients of assertive community treatment: Judgments of the experts. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 22, Assertive community treatment for people with severe mental illness: Critical ingredients and impact on patients.

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The Training in Community Living model: A decade of experience. Training in Community Living. Effective community treatment of the chronically mentally ill: Journal of Social Issues, 37, Two decades of research. Use of special living arrangements: A model for decision-making. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 28, BOP-4 includes a model-driven case management solution, smoothly integrated with BPMN.

Within the OMG, the Government Domain Task Force works on standardization of . clear and compelling practice models that guide our provision of client advocacy. This paper is based on the authors' empirical research on advocacy which identified a high prevalence of unmet basic living needs among consumers of mental health services (Freddolino, Moxley, & Fleishman, ; Moxley & Freddolino, ).

comorbid mental illness and illicit substance use. A client-driven treatment; being comorbidity-prepared; and a ‘no wrong door’ approach. The most comprehensive (see Figure 1). This model included umbrella context and system structure domains, and framing service level components including a) policies/.

Psychological recovery or recovery model or the recovery approach to mental disorder or substance dependence emphasizes and supports a person's potential for recovery. The social community model for the treatment of alcohol and other drug problems.

A report by the Social Model Consensus Panel convened by the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Los Angeles, CA. Its substance abuse treatment program has made a concerted and sustained effort to develop working agreements with major sources of referral, reflecting client needs in the community (e.g., corrections, child protective services, adult and family services, and a local community college).

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