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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






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

  • 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