On July 7, The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) announced the launch its statewide CTI implementation designed to connect people preparing for discharge from a psychiatric inpatient setting to services and supports in their home communities. This program is key to the Department advancing in its efforts to implement the State’s Ten-Year Mental Health Plan. A partnership among Designated Receiving
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On Thursday, May 17th, a group of CTI trainers and program leaders presented their efforts to integrate Critical Time Intervention into Rapid Rehousing programs across the state at the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness’s 16th Annual Training Institute. The day long series of workshops and lectures took place at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.
CTI Implementation in New Hampshire | Post #2: N4H’s Care Transitions Team Reflects on Challenges and Successes
Last week we introduced you to Network4Health (N4H)’s Care Transitions Team in Greater Manchester, New Hampshire: a team of social service practitioners working with a caseload of Medicaid beneficiaries who experience behavioral health disorders or are at risk of experiencing a behavioral health disorder and are facing a variety of important life transitions. Clinical Director,
In January of 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced approval of the New Hampshire 1115 Medicaid Demonstration Waiver entitled “Building Capacity for Transformation.” A key element of the delivery system reform, envisioned in the waiver, is the formation of seven regionally based “Integrated Delivery Networks” established to implement projects to support meeting
Vivian Lyons, an epidemiology PhD candidate at the University of Washington, visited CACTI Global Network Director and CTI founder Sally Conover, MPH at CUNY Hunter’s Silberman School of Social Work campus on Tuesday, January 30th to take part in a fidelity review training. Ms. Lyons and her team were previously profiled on this site; they are leading an
As part of CTI’s ongoing work with the Maryland Collaboration for Homeless Enhancement Services (MD-CHES), Kris Wright of Maryland DHMH and Priya Arokiaswamy of EMP Center and CHES traveled to Hunter College in New York City this September to receive CTI-TTT (Train the Trainer) Training from CTI developer Sally Conover. Ms. Conover then visited
A group of clinicians and researchers in Seattle have adapted the CTI model to provide structured outreach to people treated for gunshot wounds at the Harborview Medical Center (HMC). In a cluster randomized trial led by Dr. Ali Rowhani-Rahbar, this six-month Helping Individuals with Firearm Injuries (HiFi) intervention is being compared to standard care among
Center investigators have launched a project with the National Alliance to End Homelessness to develop and test an adaptation of CTI to support the effective delivery of rapid re-housing programs with homeless individuals and families.
Join us Tuesday May 17th 2 – 3:30pm ET for the next installment of our webinar series which will address the details and implications of the recent changes to the DSM.
Join us on Tuesday April 19th from 4 pm to 5:30 pm ET for the next installment of our webinar series that will address frequently encountered clinical challenges. The webinar format will consist of a panel of experts who will answer the most pressing questions on the topic.