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Psychological wellness Services Act Prevention & Early Intervention Local Planning CPCA Mental Health Task Force December 7 th , 2007. Carmela Castellano-Garcia, President & CEO California Primary Care Association. Presentation Overview. Advancement of PEI Principles CPCA Advocacy
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Psychological wellness Services Act Prevention & Early Intervention Local Planning CPCA Mental Health Task Force December 7 th , 2007 Carmela Castellano-Garcia, President & CEO California Primary Care Association

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Presentation Overview Development of PEI Principles CPCA Advocacy Highlights from Final Guidelines Plan Review Process Next Steps Discussion

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Prevention & Early Intervention Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) is one of five segments of the MHSA. PEI financing will be utilized to avert psychological wellness issues or to intercede right on time with generally brief term and low force ways to deal with accomplish expected results.

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Prevention & Early Intervention PEI financing is to be utilized to: Prevent psychological well-being issues. Mediate right on time with generally brief span and low force ways to deal with accomplish planned results.

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Prevention & Early Intervention Lessons gained from the CSS arranging process energized our support around PEI. Since the CSS province prerequisites were not sufficiently prescriptive on the consideration of group based suppliers, numerous facilities got themselves prohibited from the arranging & subsidizing forms.

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Prevention & Early Intervention CPCA was a dynamic member in the PEI Committee process where the basic strategy standards and criteria were created. CPCA was strong of the Policy Direction archive embraced by the MHSOAC in January on account of the protections it gave CCHCs.

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PEI Guidelines The State DMH is accused of putting forward rules and criteria for the arrival of PEI assets to regions. These proposed rules cover the time of Fiscal Years 2007-08 and 2008-09, for the underlying usage of the PEI part.

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PEI Guidelines In late July, DMH discharged Draft Guidelines for PEI Program and Expenditure Plans. CPCA was to a great degree worried to discover the protections stood to group based suppliers in the first standards and criteria discernibly truant from the Draft Guidelines.

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CPCA Advocacy With important contribution from the CPCA Mental Health Task Force, CPCA immediately reacted by submitting composed remarks to the MHSOAC highlighting our worries. CPCA members further hoisted the worries of group facilities and wellbeing focuses by overwhelmingly commanding general society remark period at the July 26th-27th assembling of the MHSOAC in Riverside.

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CPCA Advocacy CPCA part facilities and consortia submitted letters to DMH asking the consideration of more grounded shields for CCHCs. CPCA worked inside a coalition of statewide supporters for the underserved to present a joint remark letter reemphasizing the significance of CBOs in giving access to people who are impossible or not able to ever look for customary psychological wellness administrations

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CPCA Advocacy CPCA drew upon associations with key lawmakers and officials to hoist our worries with the Department. Because of these promotion endeavors, DMH Director Dr. Steve Mayberg consented to meet with CPCA to examine our worries. DMH, after extensive contribution from key Commissioners, consented to impart to CPCA reexamined dialect before the arrival of the last rules.

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Final PEI Guidelines Due to extensive backing endeavors of CPCA staff and participation, DMH rolled out a few basic improvements to the draft rules. By and large, CPCA is satisfied with the progressions made by DMH as reflected in the last rules. We trust these progressions will shield the association of CCHCs as regions build up their arrangements for PEI programs.

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Prevention & Early Intervention Highlights from Guidelines

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Highlights PEI programs must adjust to various key transformational ideas, among which is the idea of group coordinated effort. In particular, the rules affirm that the group program arranging procedure is expected to unite different partners, including gatherings of people and families, offices, associations and organizations to share data and assets to perform an offer vision for PEI (Guidelines, Page 2).

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Highlights The PEI system is based upon various standards created through the statewide partner process, starting with the work of the PEI Committee of the MHSOAC. In particular, the rules declare that PEI endeavors should lessen differences in access to early psychological well-being mediations because of shame, absence of learning about emotional wellness administrations or absence of reasonableness (i.e. social competency) of customary standard administrations (Guidelines, Page 4).

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Highlights PEI ventures might address the individuals who are unrealistic to look for assistance from any customary emotional wellness administration whether as a result of shame, absence of learning, or different boundaries, (for example, individuals from ethnically/racially assorted groups, individuals from gay, lesbian, androgynous, transgender groups, and so on.) and would profit by PEI projects and intercessions (Guidelines, Page 5).

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Highlights PEI programs must have certain attributes. In particular, the rules affirm that projects are by and large conveyed in a characteristic group setting (e.g. among others … essential medicinal services, group facility or wellbeing focus) (Guidelines, Page 8).

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Highlights Counties are required to incorporate certain areas and accomplice associations in the group program arranging process. Among those required divisions is wellbeing – under which group facilities and wellbeing focuses, school-based wellbeing focuses, essential social insurance facilities, and Native American wellbeing focuses are all included (Guidelines, Page 13).

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Highlights The responsibility and assessment system for PEI is proposed to accomplish various targets. In particular, areas must archive how the PEI segment uses more non-customary group accomplices (Guidelines, Page 21).

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Highlights County arranges must incorporate a clarification of how the province has guaranteed that the group program arranging process incorporated certain partners, including suppliers of psychological well-being and/or related administrations, for example, physical human services and/or social administrations (Budget & Planning Worksheet, Page 4).

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Highlights County arranges must portray every PEI task to incorporate, in addition to other things, a depiction of execution accomplices and kind of association/setting that will convey the PEI system and mediations. In particular, the guidelines affirm that if the setting is a conventional (as opposed to non-customary) psychological wellness treatment/administrations site, the arrangement must clarify why this site was chosen regarding enhanced access, nature of projects and better results for underserved populaces (BPW, Page 13).

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Highlights County arranges must depict linkages to an assortment of administrations. In particular, arranges must portray how the PEI venture joins people and relatives to other required administrations, including those gave by group offices not customarily characterized as emotional well-being and have set up or indicate ability to build up associations with at-danger populaces (BPW, Page 14).

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Highlights County arranges must depict connections, joint efforts or plans with group based associations, for example, schools and essential consideration . In particular, arranges must depict how the PEI segment will reinforce and expand upon the neighborhood group based emotional wellness and essential consideration framework including group facilities and wellbeing focuses (BPW, Page 14-15).

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Prevention & Early Intervention Plan Review Process

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Plan Review Process Counties make their neighborhood program & consumption arrangement. Arrangements are then submitted to the neighborhood psychological well-being board for a 30-day open remark period. 3) Final district arrangements are submitted to the State DMH.

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Plan Review Process 4) Plans are assessed by a survey group to incorporate "specialists" who will either suggest the arrangement for endorsement or send it back to the district for more work. 5) If suggested for endorsement, the arrangement will be added to the assent plan at the following Commission meeting.

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Plan Review Process 6) Commissioners will then have the chance to pull the arrangement off assent for further exchange on the off chance that they have worries with the arrangement. 7) The Commission may favor the arrangement in view of the suggestion of the survey group OR send the arrangement back to the region for more work.

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Plan Review Process IMPORTANT: Stakeholders must raise any worries with arrangements at the nearby level amid the 30 day neighborhood remark period. The main worries that will be heard at the state level will be those that have as of now been raised locally yet have not been sufficiently tended to.

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Plan Review Process It is important that individuals make certain to report endeavors to raise worries with their provinces through submitting composed remarks amid that 30-day time frame. CPCA can then indicate those endeavors if there is still a requirement for backing at the state level in the examples where people have still been prohibited.

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Prevention & Early Intervention How would we be able to best cooperate to guarantee CCHC incorporation in neighborhood arranges?

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Questions? Contact : Molly Brassil, Senior Policy Analyst California Primary Care Association mbrassil@cpca.org (916) 440-8170, ext. 207

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