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DHS MCAH/Office of Family Planning Unserved/Underserved Training and Technical Assistance Project. Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse. Needs Assessment - Statewide. Took place from November 2006 thru February 2007

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Dhs mcah office of family planning unserved underserved training and technical assistance project

DHS MCAH/Office of Family Planning Unserved/Underserved Training and Technical Assistance Project

Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse


Needs assessment statewide
Needs Assessment - Statewide

  • Took place from November 2006 thru February 2007

  • Consisted of a web-based survey, interviews with the Executive Director, Clinical Director or Shelter Manager and, where possible, a staff focus group.

  • All agencies completed at least some of the assessment

    • 97% web surveys

    • 98% of the EDs

    • 95% of CD or SM

    • 71% focus groups




Other mental health conditions seen in shelter

Schizophrenia

Adults molested as children (AMAC)

Paranoid personality disorders

Borderline personality disorder

Trauma

Bi-polar disorder

Eating disorders

OCD

ADHD/ADD

Meth-induced psychosis

Learning disabilities

Associative identity disorder

Phobias

Axis 2 disorders

Anti-social

Multiple personalities

Self-mutilation

In order of mentions

Other Mental Health Conditions Seen in Shelter





Dv agencies substance abuse services
DV Agencies’ Substance Abuse Services






  • The MH/SA county providers have been in the community since 1901. They don’t do anything new and different; they don’t see that domestic violence victims need help and think it is their fault if they are staying in the relationship. They carry a lot of myth and misinformation.

    – Executive Director


Prioritized tat recommendations
Prioritized TAT Recommendations 1901. They don’t do anything new and different; they don’t see that domestic violence victims need help and think it is their fault if they are staying in the relationship. They carry a lot of myth and misinformation.

  • Training on integrated trauma-informed services and treatment

  • Staff training on mental health signs and symptoms

  • Staff training on substance abuse signs and symptoms

  • Development of model policies and procedures for screening, admitting and tracking MH/SA women.

  • Updated regional inventories of MH/SA resources available for women with or without children.

  • Cross training with county mental/behavioral health departments

  • Specialized training for crisis hotline workers

  • Onsite and customized cultural competency training and technical assistance


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