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2 CHILDREN’S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES Wayside Community Service Agency  What is the CSA? The Community Service Agency provides two services under CBHI, the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative.  ICC, Intensive Care Coordination  Family Support & Training There are 32 CSAs throughout the state

3 Wayside Community Service Agency  Who is eligible for services under the CSA?  Children/Youth with an SED, (Severe Emotional Disturbance) and their families  Must be under the age of 21  Must have MassHealth Standard or Commonhealth  Parent/Caregiver/Guardian agree to participate  Most children/youth have complex needs and are working with other providers or state agencies

4 Wayside Community Service Agency  What do we do?  Assist families in identifying their strengths and needs (In-home behavioral assessment – CANS)  Use a Wraparound process to create plans that meet the needs of the child/family (Care Planning Meetings – Individual Care Plans)  ICC: Engage providers, state agencies, schools, and informal supports to collaborate

5 Wayside Community Service Agency Family Partners:  Provide support from someone who has “been there”  Help parents develop advocacy skills  Support for family around school, CSA, court, hospital and agency meetings  Assist in identifying supports, community resources and family strengths to build on  New service: FS&T through IHT or OPT referral

6 Wayside Community Service Agency  What does a CPT (Care Planning Team) look like? Welcome & Introductions Vision for the Child and Family Child & Family Strengths Child & Family’s Current Concerns, Needs Brainstorm Options Goals & Specific Tasks First Signs of Progress Review & Update any Safety Plans Schedule Follow up Meeting

7 Wayside Community Service Agency  Who attends CPT Meetings?  The family’s natural supports: family, friends, members of faith community, mentors, coaches, babysitters, neighbors (identified by family)  The family’s professional supports: therapists, social workers, teachers, school personnel, home-based clinicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, emergency service providers  Who ever the family would like to be there

8 Wayside Community Service Agency  What is our goal?  To assist families with access to community based services, resources & supports  Help families sustain the services, resources & supports that work for them  Assist families with the day-to-day coordination & collaboration of all their services/supports  Provide HOPE to families and all who are part of their team

9 Wayside Community Service Agency  What other services are available to families through CBHI?  MCI, Mobile Crisis Intervention  In-Home Behavioral Services  Therapeutic Mentoring Services  In-Home Therapy

10 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network  MCI, Mobile Crisis Intervention  Therapeutic response to a child’s mental health crisis by trained crisis professionals  24 hrs day, 7 days week  Mobile service: in community setting (home, schools, residential programs, group homes)  Short term service (up to 72 hrs)  Access through local ESP (Emergency Service Provider)

11 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network  In-Home Therapy   In-home, intensive, family based treatment  Goals: treat child’s mental health needs & promote healthy functioning of child in family  Can be a stand alone service – do not have to have ICC or Out patient therapy to be eligible

12 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network  Therapeutic Mentoring Services  Structured one-on-one mentoring relationship between therapeutic mentor and child/adolescent  Addresses daily living, social & communication needs  Set goals to support social functioning  In home, school or social settings  Must have ICC, Out patient therapy or In-Home Therapy to be eligible

13 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network  In-Home Behavioral Services  Behavior management therapy and monitoring  Specialized service for children with persistent problem behaviors, who don’t benefit as much from talk-based therapies  Any setting where the child is naturally located, including home, school, childcare centers, respite  Child/youth must be enrolled in ICC or Out patient therapy to be eligible

14 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network  How to access CBHI services?  Families can call their MassHealth Manage Care Organization: MBHP, Network Health, BMC, Fallon, Neighborhood Health  Families can self refer to their local CSA  Child’s pediatrician can connect families to behavioral health services  Social Workers, therapists, court, school personnel can call on behalf of the family

15 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network  More information on CBHI :  More information on MassHealth: Mass Family Voices

16 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network Referrals for CSA: Kim Ward (508) ex 109 Referrals for Family Partner: Irene Roche/Robin Joyce (508) ext 108/112 Referrals for IHT & TM: Shannon Ahern (508) ex 324 Referrals for MCI: Advocates, Psychiatric Emergency Services (508)


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