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Montana Chemical Dependency Center. 2500 CONTINENTAL DRIVE BUTTE, MT 59701 Phone: (406) 496-5400 Fax: (406) 496-5437 Admissions: (406) 496-5402. FY 2002 ACHIEVEMENTS. 1. New Program Design in Admissions Department

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Montana chemical dependency center
Montana Chemical Dependency Center

2500 CONTINENTAL DRIVE

BUTTE, MT 59701

Phone: (406) 496-5400

Fax: (406) 496-5437

Admissions: (406) 496-5402


Fy 2002 achievements
FY 2002 ACHIEVEMENTS

1.New Program Design in Admissions Department

2.Updated and Completed Electronic/Paper Manual for all Policy and Procedures for Facility

  • 3.Implemented Clinical DBT Training

  • 4.Implemented PPC-IIR Training & Forms (i.e., ASAM PPC-IIR Patient Placement Criteria for Levell III Care & Biopsychosocial Assessement Forms)

  • 5.Developed Comprehensive Staff and Patient Orientation Procedure

  • 6.Developed Electronic Chart Review Process

  • 7.Developed following Committees to Improve Services - Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee; Performance Improvement Committee; Discharge Committee; Grievance Committee; Chart Audit Committee; Ethics Committee


Achievements cont
ACHIEVEMENTS (Cont.)

  • 8.TIER - Forms being used by the Nursing, Clinical, & Admissions Staff for Total Electronic Charting System.

  • 9.Developed Integrated Team Design Concept (Interdisciplinary Staffing)

  • 10.Implemented Graduation Ceremonies, Patient of the Week and Peer Leaders for Patients

  • 11.Participated in DPHHS Employee Recruitment & Retention Work Group

  • 12.Internship Supervision for two Licensed Addictions Counselors

  • 13.Coordinated with Montana State Hospital for Patient Transfers to MCDC for Co-Occurring Treatment

  • 14.Improved Admission Show Up Rate

  • 15.Participated in PSO Planning

  • 16. Improved our Identification & Treatment of Co-Occuring Disordered Patients


Background
Background

One of six facilities in DPHHS

One of three facilities in AMDD

Moved from Galen in 1993

Single State in-patient residential 24 hour CD treatment facility

76 Beds - 70 treatment beds, 6 detox/medical beds

Cost of Treatment - Ability to Pay - $149.00/day; Serve Low Income & Indigent Residents of Montana

Annual Budget of approximately 2.8 million dollars

Work Closely with Community Based State Approved & Private Providers for Referrals into Facility


Staffing
Staffing

Montana State Certified Licensed Addiction Counselors

Licensed Physician

Registered & Licensed Practical Nurses

Licensed Mental Health Professional Counselors

Treatment Specialists

Administrative & Support Personnel


Statistic overview
STATISTIC OVERVIEW

  • Serve 800-1000 Patients Per Year

  • Approximately 65% are men and 35% are women

  • Average age is 30 for men and 26 for women

  • 78% of patients are Caucasian, 19 % are Native American, 3% are African American, Hispanic, and Asian

  • Approximately 30% are intravenous (IV) drug users

  • Approximately 37% are methamphetamine users

  • Approximately 36% of women are women with dependent children

  • 49% of patients have some level of legal involvement

  • 85% of patients are unemployed

  • Rate of Completion is % for women and % for men

  • Co-Existing disordered patients constitute approximately 51% of our population


Utilization review
Utilization Review

  • Utilization Team Consists of Admissions, Clinical, Mental Health, & Nursing Staff

  • Must Meet Level III.5 or III.7 Criteria

  • Notification Procedures - Approval, Pending, Denial Notifications Sent to Referring Programs

  • Procedure for Canceling Admission Date - Referring Program, Probation Officer, or Judge Must Cancel Admission Dates

  • Earlier Admission Dates Available Upon Cancellation/no Shows

  • Length of Stay for Program - Varies From 28-45 Days