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Using the THP-Plus Provider Plan to Improve Practice. Lynette Harrisson, Santa Clara County Lyn Stueve, CDSS Lyn Morison, Bill Wilson Center.

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Using the thp plus provider plan to improve practice

Using the THP-Plus Provider Plan to Improve Practice

Lynette Harrisson, Santa Clara County

Lyn Stueve, CDSS

Lyn Morison, Bill Wilson Center


In this workshop we will discuss:Why do we have THP-Plus Provider PlansWhat needs to be in a Provider Plan, and How can Provider Plans be used to improve practice


Why do we havethp plus provider plans
Why…… Do We HaveTHP-Plus Provider Plans?

  • CDSS requires all THP-Plus Providers have a THP-Plus Plan on file.

    • Counties are responsible for certifying that Provider Plans meet all the requirements set forth in the regulations.

  • Provider Plans are the foundation for the THP-Plus County’s THP-Plus Program.

  • Provider Plans feed into the overall County THP-Plus Plan.


Logistics of the provider plan
Logistics of the Provider Plan

  • Provider Plans need to be certified by the County prior to THP-Plus services being provided.

  • Provider Plans need to include all required information.

  • Provider Plans should be reviewed and updated annually.

  • Provider Plans must be kept on file at the County Social Services Office.


What is in a provider plan
What is in a Provider Plan?

  • CDSS regulations require specific items be in a Provider Plan.

  • Key Areas:

    • Cover Page

    • Mission Statement of the Provider

    • Program History/Introduction

    • Program Model

    • Population to be Served

    • Referral, Screening, and Selection Process

    • Service Components

    • Polices

    • W&I Code Section 16522.1 and 16001

    • Staffing Plan

    • Staff Training

    • Outcomes and Evaluation

    • Certifications and Assurances

    • Budget


What can provider plans be used for
What Can Provider Plans Be Used for….

  • Promote accountability:

    • Check and balance for the program

    • County and the Provider

  • Manage the THP-Plus Program:

    • Program Monitoring – the program being offered should reflect the program being provided

    • Fiscal Monitoring – what happens when the program expenses are reconciled at the end of the year and there are remaining funds?

    • Staffing Accountability – Staffing Work Plan

  • Program Improvement

    • Consisting amongst programs in a County


When should provider plans be updated
When Should Provider Plans Be Updated………

  • Provider Plans should be updated when changes occur in the program, such as

    • Staffing

    • Budget Modifications

    • Program Elements (Adding or Subtracting)

    • Outcomes

    • The County THP-Plus Plan has changed


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