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  • DHS has enlisted community participation in assessing Sonoma County’s AOD-related problems, identifying factors that contribute to these problems, establishing prevention goals and objectives, selecting and implementing prevention strategies, and evaluating their effectiveness. The result of this effort is a comprehensive plan that will strategically guide prevention efforts for the next five years.

  • The Quality Improvement Plan is a required element of the Quality Management Program, as specified by DHCS contract, Exhibit A Attachment 1 (relevant sections: 22-25), and by CCR Title 9, Chapter 11, § 1810.440.

  • The Quality Improvement Plan is a required element of the Quality Management Program, as specified by DHCS contract, Exhibit A Attachment 1 (relevant sections: 22-25), and by CCR Title 9, Chapter 11, § 1810.440.

  • Behavioral Health fosters a collaborative approach by partnering with clients, family members, and the community to provide high quality, culturally responsive services.

  • Behavioral Health fosters a collaborative approach by partnering with clients, family members, and the community to provide high quality, culturally responsive services.

  • A report to the California Department of Mental Health on the Cultural Competence Plan Requirements for Sonoma County Behavioral Health.

  • The Data Notebook is a structured format for reviewing information and reporting on specific mental health services in each county. The topic for the 2017 Data Notebook reviews behavioral health services and needs in the system of care for older adults.

  • This report measures the effectiveness of adult specialty mental health services. It models reports developed to measure Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT) mental health services as mandated by Welfare and Institutions Code Section 14707.5. The intent of these reports is to improve outcomes at the individual, program, and system levels and inform fiscal decision-making related to the purchase of services.

  • These reports help meet the intent of the Legislature, as stated in Welfare and Institutions Code Section 14707.5, to develop a performance outcomes system for Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT) mental health services that will improve outcomes at the individual, program, and system levels and inform fiscal decision- making related to the purchase of services. This reporting effort is part of the implementation of a performance outcomes system for Medi- Cal Specialty Mental Health Services (SMHS) for children and youth.

  • This report measures the effectiveness of adult specialty mental health services. It models reports developed to measure Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT) mental health services as mandated by Welfare and Institutions Code Section 14707.5. The intent of these reports is to improve outcomes at the individual, program, and system levels and inform fiscal decision-making related to the purchase of services.

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