- Criminal Justice
- Family Engagement
- Client Centered
- Telemental Health
- First-Episode Psychosis
- Center for Excellence
- Peer Support
- Quality Improvement
- Integrating Primary and Behavioral Health Care
- Six Core Strategies
- Early Episode Psychosis
- Open Dialogue
- Working in the field
RAISE Coordinated Specialty Care for First Episode Psychosis Manuals
Developed by the RAISE Connection Program research team, this is a series of manuals focused on Outreach and Recruitment (Manual I) and Implementation (Manual II).
Manual I: Outreach and Recruitment summarizes key concepts, principles, and processes involved in community outreach and developing and maintaining referral networks. The manual includes sample brochures, contact forms, screening packets, and an overview of how to establish outreach and referral tracking system.
Manual II: Implementation provides a concise overview of administrative, training, and supervision activities needed to start an FEP treatment program. The manual provides a ‘Getting Started Checklist,’ sample program inclusion/exclusion criteria, job descriptions, resources/references for background reading, and discussion of how to monitor program fidelity.
Download Manual I: Outreach and Recruitment Download Manual II: Implementation
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