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Specialized Treatment Early in Psychosis (STEP)

Specialized Treatment Early in Psychosis (STEP)

STEP is a clinic staffed by mental health providers in different fields – psychology, psychiatry, nursing, and social work. This "interdisciplinary" team seeks to provide comprehensive care for individuals who are early in the course of a psychotic illness in order to prevent symptoms from becoming disabling.

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Can We Prevent Disability from Serious Mental Illnesses? Examining Outcomes of New Youth Psychosis Treatments

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Core Competencies for Peer Workers in Behavioral Health Services

The Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), in conjunction with subject matter experts, conducted research to identify core competencies for peer workers in behavioral health and later posted the draft competencies developed with these stakeholders online for comment. This document represents the final product of that process. As our understanding of peer support grows and the contexts in which peer recovery support services are provided evolve, the core competencies must evolve over time. Therefore, updates to these competencies may occur periodically in the future.

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Integrated Scope of Practice Resource

The Integrated Scope of Practice for Singly Trained Clinicians Working with People with Co-Occurring Issues sheet provides tips and information surrounding screening, trauma-informed approach, treatment planning and support- including stage-matched treatment, interventions, skills training, education and collaboration.

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Changing the World: Informing Hope, Health & Recovery

This PowerPoint presentation is oriented around transforming systems at every level to be about the needs, hopes and dreams of the people and families with complex needs who come to our door.

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12 Steps of Complexity Competency for Child/Family Staff

This sheet provides tips for welcoming child/family clients, identifying stages of change, improving communication, providing stage-matched interventions, linking clients/families with recovery services and resources, as well as enhancing collaboration and engagement (with clients, families and other staff).

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WRAP – Mary Ellen Copeland

The Wellness Recovery Action Plan, or WRAP, is an evidence-based practice that is used worldwide by people who are dealing with mental health challenges as well as medical conditions. Diabetes, weight gain, pain management, addictions, smoking, and trauma are just some of the many life challenges that can benefit from WRAP. WRAP can also be used as a framework to guide relationships in peer support, recovery groups, agencies and organizations.

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