From Crisis to Care: Building from 988 and Beyond for Better Mental Health Outcomes – Part 3 (2022 Compendium) (MH2302)
Author(s): Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Pre-Approved for: CA BRN, CCAPP, CE Broker Provider, Delaware BON, FCB, MCBAP-Related, NAADAC, RNs
Credit Hours: 8
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This course is the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) From Crisis to Care Compendium: Numbers 5, 6, and 7 of a 10-part technical papers series.
This series was produced by a longstanding collaboration between the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) with this course section focusing on crisis management strategies in three states, crisis in a climate-related disaster and self-directed mental health care options.
- Review strategies from the three states provided for expanding potential interventions and promoting better outcomes.
- Collaborate with other organizations to gain knowledge, provide insight, and enhance communications for improvements to accessing services including emergency situations.
- Recognize climate-disaster effects on mental health and implement plans for dealing with crisis management in the event of inclement weather.
- Educate clients about self-directed mental health care options, program accessibility, and navigating systems to encourage utilizing services.
- Monitor systems implemented for progress and follow up with clients for better overall health outcomes.
- Paper No. 5 - Reviews of three states' crisis care management and building on a crisis care continuum
- Paper No. 6: Dealing with climate-related disasters and how different populations are affected
- Paper No. 7: Review of self-directed mental health options, the use of technology, and looking at coping strategies for predicted growth of demand