Presentation on theme: "COMPREHENSIVE RECOVERY SERVICES CENTER. Nonprofit Organization since June, 2005 Community Academia Government Private Sector."— Presentation transcript:
COMPREHENSIVE RECOVERY SERVICES CENTER
Nonprofit Organization since June, 2005 Community Academia Government Private Sector
Caguas and the Central East Region as the healthiest social environment and human potential in the island. Vision Develop a health-promotion culture to intervene with the health determinants and lifestyles from an interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral perspective. Mission
Promoting healthy lifestyles for disease prevention through health education, early intervention and treatment. SSIPRE Prevention Programs
COMPREHENSIVE RECOVERY SERVICE SYSTEM Specialized Services C.S.I.P.R.E. Valor a la Vida
Initial assessment by an interdisciplinary team consisting of: Psychologist, Case Manager and Counselor Coordination and referral to treatment: Detoxification. Faith Based Organizations Medication Program Other private and community-based programs. Follow-up COMPREHENSIVE RECOVERY SERVICES CENTER(C.S.I.P.R.E.) (C.S.I.P.R.E.)
Autonomous Municipality of CaguasC.D.B.G.E.S.G. Law 52 American Association of Retired Persons
Homeless People living with HIV/AIDS Persons with dual diagnoses Youth 18-21
Objective Improve access and increase the number of person served. Problem “Walk-Thru” demonstrated that the lack of a sign was an obstacle that limited access to new participants. Baseline twenty two percent of potential participant needed clarification in order to find the program location.
Length of time Six weeks (March-April 2010) Changes A store front sign was designed and installed. (March 3, 2010) Impact No calls for clarification were received. Walk-ins increase 44%
Improving program access increases client participation. Increase compliance and income. Contribution of the NIATx project
New facility More and better services Challenge: Redirect participants to a new location. July 2010 Carlos V. Cornielle-Vazquez, Project Coordinator Interdisciplinary Team Who’s responsible?
Sra. Elba Vázquez Cardín, MPH Carlos V. Cornielle-Vázquez, MSW(c) tel.: