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Title: Transforming Mental Health Care Together


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Maryland Mental Hygiene Administration Annual
Conference Baltimore, MD May 9, 2006
Transforming Mental Health Care Together
A. Kathryn Power, Director Center for Mental
Health Services
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Maryland and Other Transformation SIG Awardees
Demonstrated…
  • A very active and invested Governor and dynamic
    leaders in pertinent government agencies

Transforming Mental Health Care Together
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Maryland and Other Transformation SIG Awardees
Demonstrated…
  • A very active and invested Governor and dynamic
    leaders in pertinent government agencies
  • Activities built on existing strengths and the
    leveraging of other grant monies to enhance SIG
    funds

Transforming Mental Health Care Together
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Maryland and Other Transformation SIG Awardees
Demonstrated…
  • A very active and invested Governor and dynamic
    leaders in pertinent government agencies
  • Activities built on existing strengths and the
    leveraging of other grant monies to enhance SIG
    funds
  • A strategy for sustainability and the expansion
    of services

Transforming Mental Health Care Together
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Maryland and Other Transformation SIG Awardees
Demonstrated…
  • A very active and invested Governor and dynamic
    leaders in pertinent government agencies
  • Activities built on existing strengths and the
    leveraging of other grant monies to enhance SIG
    funds
  • A strategy for sustainability and the expansion
    of services
  • Consumers and families who are active in and
    central to the process

Transforming Mental Health Care Together
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Maryland and Other Transformation SIG Awardees
Demonstrated…
  • A very active and invested Governor and dynamic
    leaders in pertinent government agencies
  • Activities built on existing strengths and the
    leveraging of other grant monies to enhance SIG
    funds
  • A strategy for sustainability and the expansion
    of services
  • Consumers and families who are active in and
    central to the process
  • Collaboration across agencies, with the private
    sector, and within communities.

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Achieving the Promise
Transforming Mental Health Care in America
…a future when mental illnesses can be prevented
or cured, a future when mental illnesses are
detected early, and a future when everyone with a
mental illness at any stage of life has access to
effective treatment and supportsessentials for
living, working, learning, and participating
fully in the community. New Freedom
Commission on Mental Health
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Federal Partners Workgroup
Department of Health and Human
Services AoA NIH/NIDA ACF NIH/NIMH
AHRQ HHS/OS CDC - ASPE CMS - OCR
HRSA - OD IHS - OPHS SAMHSA
Other Partners Department of Agriculture Departmen
t of Education Department of Defense Department
of Housing and Urban Development Department of
Justice Department of Labor Department of
Transportation Department of Veterans
Affairs Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Social Security Administration
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Recovery is a…
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Fundamental Concepts of Recovery
  • Self direction
  • Individualized and person-centered
  • Empowerment
  • Holistic
  • Non-linear
  • Strengths-based
  • Peer support
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Hope

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Step 1 ? Engage
  • Engage all stakeholders in a collaborative effort
    to create a recovery focus.
  • Do providers, consumers, and others believe
    recovery from severe mental illnesses is
    possible?
  • Do providers actively collaborate and build
    relationships with community providers, such as
    schools, businesses, faith-based organizations,
    and landlords?

Questions adapted from A Recovery-Based Program
Inventory, Mark Ragins, M.D. (2005)
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Step 2 ? Empower
  • Let consumers and their families take the lead.
    Have them share their vision of recovery.
  • Are consumers included in advisory boards,
    planning and quality management committees, and
    research planning groups?
  • Do consumer decisions substantially affect the
    overall program design and operation?

Questions adapted from A Recovery-Based Program
Inventory, Mark Ragins, M.D. (2005)
Transforming Mental Health Care Together
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Step 3 ? Enlighten
  • Bring in evidence-based practices.
  • Does treatment include practices proven effective
    in
  • Illness management and recovery?
  • Medication management?
  • Supported employment?
  • Family psychoeducation?
  • Assertive community treatment?
  • Integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders?
  • Are providers encouraged and funded to build
    their own expertise?

Questions adapted from A Recovery-Based Program
Inventory, Mark Ragins, M.D. (2005)
Transforming Mental Health Care Together
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Step 4 ? Expand
  • View each person holistically and not as a
    categorical disability.
  • Do treatment plans and goals reflect expectations
    of growth and development?
  • Do treatment plans and goals reflect meaningful
    community roles
  • Employment?
  • Reconnecting with family?
  • Giving back to others?

Questions adapted from A Recovery-Based Program
Inventory, Mark Ragins, M.D. (2005)
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Step 5 ? Embrace
  • Embrace change?commit to transformation goals
    over time.
  • Do providers actively collaborate and build
    relationships with other social service agencies
    (e.g., child welfare and justice)?
  • Do providers actively engage in mental health
    advocacy and stigma reduction activities?

Questions adapted from A Recovery-Based Program
Inventory, Mark Ragins, M.D. (2005)
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Transformation…An Ongoing Process
A few big jumps New rule sets that leverage new
ideas.
  • A series of many exploratory medium jumps
  • Pushing the boundaries of core competencies,
    trying to create something new within the
    existing paradigm.

Continuous small steps A focus on core
missions, improving what the system is already
doing.
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Step 6 ? Experience Learn from it!
  • Monitor outcomes. Use the results to guide
    further improvements.
  • Is treatment focused on improving lives as well
    as on treating illnesses?
  • Do consumers demonstrate progress in quality of
    life areas such as
  • Stability of living situations?
  • Employment?
  • Social connectedness?
  • Decreased involvement with the judicial system?
  • Decreased substance abuse?

Questions adapted from A Recovery-Based Program
Inventory, Mark Ragins, M.D. (2005)
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SAMHSAs National Outcome Measures (NOMs)
  • Abstaining from drug use and alcohol abuse,
    decreasing symptoms of mental illness, and
    improving functioning
  • Getting/keeping a job, staying in school
  • Decreasing criminal justice involvement
  • Finding safe and stable living conditions
  • Improving social connectedness to others in the
    community
  • Increasing access to services
  • Reduced use of psychiatric inpatient beds
  • Improving client perception of care
  • Increasing the use of evidence-based practices
  • Maintaining cost effectiveness

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Once we have started to think together, we must
act together…
…Each and every member of a community is
accountable and has a shared responsibility to
contribute…
…Community is an amazing gathering place, a
wishing well for our thoughts, our hopes, our
fears, and our dreams.
From Common Good Common Ground Building
Commitment and Community
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