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The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services: SI/Behavioral Health Team Presents -. The Development of the IDCFS Behavioral Health System - A Paradigm Shift to Focus on Trauma. Part I. Setting the Stage for the “Harmonic Convergence” .
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The Development of the IDCFS Behavioral Health System - A Paradigm Shift to Focus on Trauma
Setting the Stage
System of Care (SOC)
Specialized Foster Care
Screening, Assessment & Social Supports (SASS)
Service and contract monitoring“2x4” Assessment Plan
Web-based CANS training
Illinois CANS website
Service-Focused Provider Database
Treatment Quality Monitoring Unit
Evaluation of Training Curriculum
Curriculum and Training Capacity Development on Trauma
U of Chicago
Geo-mapping ProjectDevelopment of the BHT Action Plan: FY05 Focus on Infrastructure Development and Workforce Training
Focus on Trauma
What are the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)?
Growing up (prior to age 18) in a household with:
ACES Correlate w/ Increased Sexual Partners
ACES Correlate w/ Sexual Abuse of Male Children and Their Likelihood of Impregnating a Teenage Girl.
ACES Correlate w/ Unintended Pregnancy or Elective Abortion
ACES Correlate w/ Rape
Brain mediates all internal and external processes – body, thought, feeling & behavior
Trauma affects brain development – need to address the developmental element of growth affected by trauma
“Body” and psychological memory
Physiologic properties of alarm – stress – trauma
Initial exposure – fight or flight – biological basis
With persistent/significant trauma, one is on constant alert
Branching Response – Dissociation v Hyper-arousal; impact over time and on “character”
Power differential – strength v vulnerability
“People not Programs change People”Trauma & The Brain – Some Key Concepts from Bruce Perry, MD
Implementation of PARK
Promoting Internal Collaboration based on identifying and understanding each other’s information needs
Statewide Administrator, Behavioral Health Services
Phone (312) 814-1573
Downstate Administrator, Behavioral Health Services
Phone (618) 583-2126
PSA, Behavioral Health Team
Phone (312) 814-6851
Psychiatrist, Behavioral Health Team
Phone (312) 814-5991