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2 2 DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY IN MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT PROGRAMS (MHT) VERSION 3.2 RATING SCALE I. PROGRAM STRUCTURE IA. Primary focus of Mental Health Only agency as stated in the mission statement (If program has mission, consider program mission) IB. Organizational Permits only mental certification & health treatment licensure. IC. Coordination and collaboration with addiction services. No document of formal coordination or collaboration. Meets the SAMHSA definition of minimal Coordination. Has no actual barrier, but staff report there to be certification or licensure barriers. Vague, undocumented, or informal relationship with addiction agencies, or consulting with a staff member from that agency. Meets the SAMHSA definition of Consultation. Primary focus is mental health, co-occurring disorders are treated Has no barrier to providing addiction treatment or treating cooccurring disorders within the context of mental health treatment Formalized and documented coordination or collaboration with addiction agency. Meets the SAMHSA definition of Collaboration. Formalized coordination & collaboration, and the availability of case management staff, or staff exchange programs (variably used) Meets the SAMHSA definition of Collaboration and has some informal components consistent with Integration. Primary focus on persons with cooccurring Is certified and/or licensed to provide both Most services are integrated within the existing program, or routine use of case management staff or staff exchange programs. Meets the SAMHSA definition of Integration. ID. Financial incentives. Can only bill for mental health treatments or for persons with mental health Could bill for either service type if mental health disorder is primary, but staff report there to be barriers. OR- Partial reimbursement for addiction services available Can bill for either service type, however, mental health disorder must be primary. Can bill for addiction or mental health treatments, or the combination and/or integration.
3 3 II. PROGRAM MILIEU IIA. Routine expectation of and welcome to treatment for both disorders IIB. Display and distribution of literature and patient educational materials. Expect mental health disorders only, refer or deflect persons with or symptoms. Mental health only Documented to expect mental health disorders only (e.g. admission criteria, target population), but have informal procedure to allow some persons with to be admitted. Available for both disorders but not routinely offered or formally available. Expect mental health disorders, and, with documentation, accepts by routine and if mild and relatively stable. Available for both mental health and but distribution is less for Program formally defined like but clinicians and program informally expects and treats both disorders, not well documented. Available for both mental health & with equivalent distribution. Clinicians and program expect and treat both disorders, well documented. Available for the interaction between both mental health and.
4 4 III. CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT IIIA. Routine Pre-admission screening screening methods for based on patient selfreport. Decision based on clinician inference from patient presentation or history. IIIB. Routine assessment if screened positive for substance use IIIC. Psychiatric and diagnoses made and documented. IIID. Psychiatric and history reflected in medical record. IIIE. Program acceptance based on disorder symptom acuity: low, moderate, high. IIIF. Program acceptance based on severity of persistence and disability: low, moderate, high. IIIG. Stage-wise assessment. Ongoing monitoring for appropriateness or exclusion from program Substance use disorder diagnoses are not made or recorded Collection of mental health history only. Admits persons with no to low acuity. Admits persons in program with no to low severity of persistence of disability Not assessed or documented. Pre-admission screening for & treatment history prior to admission. More detailed biopsychosocial assessment, history of and treatments, each clinician driven. Substance use disorder diagnostic impressions made and recorded variably. Standard form collects mental health history only. Substance use disorder history collected inconsistently. Assessed & documented variably by individual clinician Routine set of standard interview questions for using generic framework (e.g. ASAM-PPC Dim. I & V, LOCUS Dim. III) or Biopsychosocial data collection. Increased capacity to access (not necessarily inhouse) assessments, although not standardized or routine. Substance use disorder diagnosis variably recorded in chart (i.e., less than 40% of the time). Routine documentation of both mental health and disorder history in record in narrative section. Admits persons in program with low to moderate acuity, but who are primarily stable. Admits persons in program with low to moderate severity. Clinician assessed and routinely documented, focused on mental health motivation for treatment Screen for using standardized or formal instruments with established psychometric properties. Formal assessment, if necessary, typically occurs (in-house). Substance use disorder diagnosis more frequently recorded but inconsistently (i.e., more than 40% but less than 90% of the time). Specific section in record dedicated to history and chronology of course of both Formal measure used and routinely documented but focusing on mental health motivation for treatment only. Standardized or formal instruments for both mental health and with established psychometric properties. Standardized or formal integrated assessment is routine in all cases. Standard & routine disorder diagnoses consistently made. Specific section in record devoted to history and chronology of course of both disorders and the interaction between them is examined temporally. Admits persons in program with moderate to high acuity, including those unstable in their disorder. Admits persons in program with moderate to high severity Formal measure used and routinely documented, focus on both substance use and mental health motivation for treatment.
5 5 IV. CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IVA. Treatment plans. Address mental health only (addiction not listed) IVB. Assess and monitor interactive courses of both IVC. Procedures for intoxicated/high clients, relapse, withdrawal, or active users. IVD. Stage-wise treatment No attention to or documentation of progress with substance use disorders No guidelines conveyed in any manner. Not assessed or explicit in treatment plan. Variable by individual clinician Variable reports of progress on substance use disorders by individual clinicians. Verbally conveyed inhouse guidelines. Stage or motivation documented variably by individual clinician in treatment plan. Mental health disorders addressed as primary, as secondary Clinical focus in narrative (treatment plan or progress note) on disorder change Documented guidelines: Referral or collaborations (to local substance abuse treatment agency, detox, or E/R) Stage or motivation routinely incorporated into individualized plan, but no specific stage-wise treatments. Systematic focus is available but variably used. Systematic focus is available but variably used. Stage or motivation routinely incorporated into individualized plan and general awareness of adjusting treatments by individual stage of readiness on mental health motivation for treatment only. Address both as primary, both listed in plan consistently. Clear, detailed, and systematic focus on change in both substance use and mental health Routine capability, or a process to ascertain risk with ongoing psychiatric symptoms: Maintain in program unless alternative placement (i.e., detox, commitment) based on acute risk is warranted Stage or motivation routinely incorporated into individualized plan, and formally prescribed and delivered stage-wise treatments for both and mental health issues.
6 6 IV. CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT (continued) IVE. Policies and procedures for evaluation, management, monitoring and compliance for/of medications for This includes: (i) Medications to treat intoxication states, decrease/eliminate withdrawal symptoms, decrease reinforcing effects of abused substances, promote abstinence and prevent relapse; (ii) Policies about the use of benzodiazepines or other potentially addictive medications. IVF. Specialized interventions with addiction content. IVG. Education about disorders & treatment, and interaction with mental health disorders & treatment. No capacities to monitor, guide or provide medications related to. Patients with active are routinely not accepted into treatment. Not addressed in program content Certain types of meds may be prescribed for and some capacity to monitor medications related to. Variable by provider Based on judgment by individual clinician; Irregular penetration into routine services Present, coordinated policies regarding medications for. Some types of medications are routinely available. Monitoring of the medication is largely provided by the prescriber. In program format as generalized intervention. More regular penetration into routine services. Routine clinician adaptation of an evidence-based mental health treatment (e.g., ACT, CBT, IPT, IM&R, PSR) No Variably Present in generic format and content, and delivered in individual and/or group formats. Present, coordinated policies regarding medications for. The prescriber might more regularly consult with other staff regarding medication plan and recruit other staff to assist with medication monitoring Some specialized interventions by specifically trained clinicians in addition to routine generalized interventions. Present, coordinated policies regarding all types of medications for. There is access to a provider with these specialties on the treatment team. Routine addiction symptom management groups; Individual therapies focused on specific disorders; Systematic adaptation of an evidence-based mental health treatment (e.g., ACT, CBT, IDDT, IPT, IM&R, PSR) Present specific content for specific disorder comorbidities, and delivered in individual and/or group formats.
7 7 IV. CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT (continued) IVH. Family education and support. IVI. Specialized interventions to facilitate use of peer support groups in planning or during treatment. IVJ. Availability of peer recovery supports for patients with CODs. For mental health disorders only None used to facilitate either use of addiction or mental health peer support Not present, or if present not recommended. Variably or by individual clinical judgment Used variably or infrequently by individual clinicians, for individual patients, mostly for facilitation of mental health peer support groups Off site, recommended variably Substance use issues regularly but informally incorporated into family education or support sessions. Available as needed. Present, generic format on site, but no specific or intentional facilitation based on addiction. More routine facilitation of traditional mental health peer support groups (e.g., NAMI, Procovery) Present, off site and facilitated with contact persons or informal matching with peer supports in the community, some cooccurring focus. Generic group on site for families on and mental health issues variably offered. Structured group with more routine accessibility Present but variable facilitation to peer support groups targeting specific addiction issues, either to traditional peer support groups or those specific to both (e.g. DRA, DTR). Present, off site, integrated into plan, and routinely documented with co-occurring focus. Routine and systematic co-occurring disorder family group integrated into standard program format. Accessed by the majority of families with co-occurring disorder family member Routine & specific to need of co-occurring, special programs on site, routinely targeted to specific issues, either to traditional peer support or groups specific to both (e.g. DRA, DTR). Present, on site, facilitated and integrated into program (e.g. alumni groups); Routinely used and documented with co-occurring focus.
8 8 V. CONTINUITY OF CARE VA. Co-occurring Not addressed disorder addressed in discharge planning process. VB. Capacity to maintain treatment continuity. VC. Focus on ongoing recovery issues for both VD. Facilitation of peer support groups for co-occurring disorders is documented and a focus in discharge planning, and connections are insured to community peer recovery support groups. VE. Sufficient supply and compliance plan for substance abuse related medications (see IVE) is documented. No mechanism for managing ongoing care of addiction needs when mental health treatment program is completed or the person is scheduled to move to another level of care. No No No medications in plan. Variably addressed by individual clinicians. No formal protocol to manage addiction needs once program is completed or the person is scheduled to move to another level of care, but some individual clinicians may provide extended care until appropriate linkage takes place; Variable documentation Individual clinician determined. Rarely, but addressed by individual clinicians Sometimes can be provided. Variable by provider Co-occurring disorder systematically addressed as secondary in planning process for off site referral. No formal protocol to manage addiction needs once program is completed or the person is scheduled to move to another level of care, but when indicated, most individual clinicians provide extended care until appropriate linkage takes place; Routine documentation Routine focus is on recovery from mental health disorders, addiction issues are viewed as potential relapse issues only. Yes, variable, but not routine or systematic, focus on co-occurring disorders peer support community connection (engagement in meetings or functions off-site) Yes, short-term supply to next appointment offsite. Formal protocol to manage addiction needs indefinitely or until appropriate linkage takes place, but variable documented evidence that this is routinely practiced, typically within the same program or agency. Both disorders seen as primary, and plans made and insured, on site, or by arrangement - off site, at least 80% of the time. Formal protocol to manage addiction needs indefinitely or until appropriate linkage takes place and consistent documented evidence that this is routinely practiced, typically within the same program or agency. Routine focus on addiction recovery and mental illness management and recovery, both seen as primary and ongoing. Yes, routine and systematic, at least 80% of the time with focus on co-occurring disorders peer support community connection (engagement in meetings or functions off-site). Maintains medication management in program with provider for longerterm as needed.
9 9 VI. STAFFING VIA. Psychiatrist or other physician or prescriber of pharmacological therapies for addiction. No formal relationship with a prescriber for this program. Consultant or contractor off site. Consultant or contractor on site. Staff member, present on site for clinical matters only Staff member, present on site for clinical, supervision, treatment team, and/or administration. VIB. On site staff with substance abuse licensure, certification, or competency. VIC. Access to substance abuse supervision or consultation. VID. Case review, staffing or utilization review procedures emphasize and support co-occurring disorder treatment. No formal relationship with program. No No -24% of clinical staff members. Yes, off site by consultant, undocumented. Variable, by off site consultant, undocumented % of clinical staff members. Yes, on site supervision provided PRN. Informal process. Yes, on site, documented as needed (PRN) and with co-occurring disorder issues % of clinical staff members. Yes, on site supervision. Provided regularly. Irregular documentation. 50% or more of clinical staff members. Yes, on site, documented regular supervision sessions for clinical matters. Yes. Documented, routine and systematic coverage of co-occurring issues. VIE. Peer/Alumni supports are available with co-occurring No Present, but as part of community, and routinely available to program patients, either thru informal relationships or more formal connections such as thru peer support service groups (e.g. AA hospital and institutional committees; NAMI) Present, on site, either as paid staff, volunteers, or routinely available program alumni.
10 0 VII. TRAINING VIIA. Direct care staff members have basic training in prevalence, common signs & symptoms, screening and assessment for symptoms and Not trained in basic skills. Variably trained, not documented as part of systematic training plan, but encouraged by management. Trained in basic skills per agency strategic training plan. Trained in these skills per agency strategic training plan, and also have some staff with advanced training in specialized treatment approaches, but this is not part of the program s training plan. Trained in these skills per agency strategic training plan, and also have staff with advanced training in specialized treatment approaches as part of plan. VIIB. Direct care staff members are crosstrained in mental health and substance use disorders, including pharmacotherapies, and have advanced specialized training in treatment of persons with co-occurring Not trained, or not documented. At least 33% trained. At least 50% trained At least 75% are trained At least 90% are trained. ADDITIONAL SITE VISIT NOTES:
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