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Presented at the 20th Annual Research Conference

Studying the Congruence Between System of Care Service Plans and Actual Targets of Treatment

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Session Number: 22 Room: Salon H

Presenting: Mary Brogan; Charles Mueller

All Authors for this paper: Mary Brogan; Charles Mueller; John Young; Eric Daleiden; Bruce Chorpita; Judy Lee; Ryan Tolman; Jason Schiffman

Presentation Type: paper presentation

Synopsis: Systems of care almost universally use individualized/wraparound plans as a basis for determining service and treatment needs for youth. Hawaii uses Coordinated Service Plans (CSP) based on the wraparound planning model and principles. An assumption of the Hawaii practice model is assuring continuity of care where issues that are identified in assessments are addressed in CSP, further reflected in provider treatment plans and then actually targeted in treatment. To examine the congruence between youthsÕ core service planning documents and what is actually targeted in treatment, the Hawaii Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division conducted a study as part of its performance improvement system. It found a low level of similarity among mental health assessments (MHA), CSP, and mental health treatment plans (MHTP). Further, the MHA, CSP, and the MHTP had a high rate of missing crucial practice targets between documents, including: psychosis, runaway, safe environment, self-harm, sexual misconduct, and suicidal

Date: Monday, March 5, 2007

Session Time: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Presentation Time: 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM