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Copy of Copy of Logic Model for MGH/Chelsea's Behavioral Health Dept.

Pictorial narrative of program inputs, activities, and intended outputs, outcomes, and impact.

Rachel Bedick

on 3 April 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Copy of Logic Model for MGH/Chelsea's Behavioral Health Dept.

Resources/Inputs Activities Outputs Outcomes Short-term and Intermediate-term Impact Office Space, computers, telephones, beepers, office supplies
MGH/Chelsea Security Officers
Unit Chief and Administrative Staff
Intake Coordinator(s), who manages triage and waiting list
Resource Specialists- assist with concrete services
Domestic Violence Specialists
Mental Health Professionals: Social Workers, Psychologists, and Psychiatrists
Student Mental Health Interns
Team of Hospital Interpreters
Clients of all ages with array of mental health needs, medical insurance, and a PCP in the Healthcare Center
LMR-online medical records system where all client data is stored, and resource through which all medical professionals can communicate.
Diagnostic Codes in order to bill Client receives appropriate care in inpatient unit if needed
Client contracts for safety
Client develops safety plan
Client obtains concrete services
Client obtains needed medication
Client feels supported
Clients' symptoms decrease as measured by client outcome indicators LOGIC MODEL FOR MGH/CHELSEA'S PROCESS EVALUATION Partners Healthcare Mission Statement "Guided by the needs of our patients and their families, we aim to deliver the very best health care in a safe, compassionate environment; to advance that care through innovative research and education; and to improve the health and well-being of the diverse communities we serve." (http://www.massgeneral.org/about/newsarticle.aspx?id=1177) Partners is committed to serving the community. We are dedicated to enhancing patient care, teaching and research and taking a leadership role as an integrated health care system. We recognize that increasing value and continuously improving quality are essential to maintaining excellence. MGH Mission Statement MGH/Chelsea's Behavioral Health Dept. Goals The multidisciplinary team of providers in mental health strive:
To provide high quality, competent, culturally sensitive care to people in Chelsea and the surrounding communities;
To educate further providers of mental health services;
To collaborate with community groups to create and enhance programmatic solutions to issues that challenge the residents of Chelsea;
To be sensitive to the fiscal responsibilities of the Unit;
To collaborate with internal and external constituents to promote optimal patient care and functioning;
To encourage patients' involvement in their treatment in order to empower them towards growth and health; Problems/Needs Addressed Wide range of mental health needs appropriate for outpatient treatment, including but not limited to:
Safety Assessments
Exposure to Community Violence
Domestic Violence
Substance Abuse
Mood Disorders
Anxiety Disorders, especially PTSD
Personality Disorders
Behavioral Problems
Relationship and family problems Conduct safety assessments for walk-in clients
Section clients to Acute Psychiatric Services if necessary
File 51A if disclosure of abuse and/or neglect
Provide assistance in obtaining housing, food stamps, cash assistance, etc.
Provide comprehensive safety planning and groups for survivors of domestic violence
Provide case management and contact with collaterals to stabilize client and his/her environment
Provide individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults
Provide psychopharmacological evaluations and medication management Data of attendance
2000 clients served, 1/3 of whom are children
Appropriate referrals made
Diagnoses for each client
Treatment Plans for each client
Progress notes written for each session
Client outcome measures administered every three months Number of hospitalizations reduced
Client gains insight into mental health condition and triggers
Client develops healthy coping strategies
Client expands support network
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