closely monitor the movement of services from RTCs to the community to ensure

Closely monitor the movement of services from rtcs to

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closely monitor the movement of services from RTCs to the community to ensure that services are increased and improved and not lost. Washburn Child Guidance Center will sustain the organizational infrastructure to support the maximization of revenue from current funding sources and from new funding frameworks that may evolve. Children’s Mental Health Partnership will build an accountable mental health system by participating energetically in MMHAG efforts to develop a statewide funding and payment model that will promote high quality and efficient care for Minnesota children. Mental Health Association of Minnesota supports state, county agencies and health plans working with professionals and providers to adopt changes to their payment systems to ensure that funding follows people’s needs, not programs or providers; financial incentives reward high quality; all sources of funding are coordinated and resources are used efficiently. State Advisory Council on Mental Health and Subcommittee on Children’s Mental Health will support MMHAG’s commitments to: changing the financing model for public mental health funding to ensure consistent access throughout the state. resolving issues of financial responsibility. Allina will explore potential partnerships to develop services in the communities we serve as the State of Minnesota plans to restructure the Regional Treatment Centers. However, Allina is committed to maintaining the existing safety net functions; we will work to keep the patient the primary focus in any transition. Minnesota Association of Community Mental Health Programs will: implement the tele-mental health project, linking all CMHO's and others for clinical services, administrative, training, supervision, consultation. This involves leadership, fundraising, capacity development, consultation, training, contracting with tele-communications and equipment vendors, practice management of clinical services, sponsoring professional CME/CE workshops, etc. respond to individual crises and community disasters. - For individual crises and emergencies, develop or expand capacity and commitment to respond through urgent care, mobile crisis services, telephone hotline, and/or consultation, hospital diversion services as part of a community-wide plan. - For community disasters and crises, participate in emergency management plans, mobilizing and organizing community resources, providing crisis stabilization/debriefing, care-giver support, supervision/direction of outreach workers, MH triage, and other services. Page 25 of 215
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Fairview Behavioral Services will provide a comprehensive continuum of care for the treatment of mental illness and addiction, to include a child-specific continuum (12 and younger). We will explore means and methods including care, education and advocacy to improve this continuum for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
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  • Fall '19
  • mental health, Children’s Mental Health, Children’s Mental Health Partnership

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