Enhanced Care Services (ECS) - Our Enhanced Care Program is in a 16-bed secure facility at Providence Benedictine Nursing Center in Mount Angel. Residents receive comprehensive mental health services provided by Qualified Mental Health Professionals and Qualified Mental Health Associates, as well as nursing services provided by Providence. Mental health services are provided 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services include: assessment, diagnosis, individual therapy, skills training, case management, activity therapy, medication evaluation, training and consultation. The goal of the program is to support older adults experiencing both cognitive and mental health symptoms such as psychosis, mood, and personality disorders, who need the support of a mental health team and nursing. Nursing is provided through our partnership with Providence Benedictine Nursing Center.
Enhanced Care Outreach Services (ECOS) - This program provides services to Department of Human Services (DHS) licensed facilities. Clients are resident who are Adult Persons with Disability (APD) service eligible, who have been diagnosed with psychosis, mood, and/or thought disorders. They have been identified by a PASRR evaluation as needing extra supports to successfully maintain their residential or nursing facility placement. Services include: assessment, diagnosis, individual therapy, case management, skills training, activity therapy, medication consultation, evaluation, and management.
Pre-Admissions Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) - Our Adult Behavioral Health team provides administrative oversight and support to contractors for the PASRR program. The program provides comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, consultation, and treatment recommendations for older individuals with mental illness in long term care prior to their transfer to a nursing facility. Initial assessments and re-evaluations (Resident Reviews) are conducted by contracted Qualified Mental Health Professionals for individuals in licensed nursing facilities and the Oregon State Hospital. Evaluations are reviewed by our contracted Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner for medication recommendations.
Older Adults Behavioral Health Specialist (OABHS) - Our OABHS is a dedicated Mental Health Specialist who reaches out to community stakeholders to identify gaps in services, provide complex case coordination, build collaborations and support through workforce development. While this program is primarily focused on the concerns of older adults, it also provides complex case coordination for disabled individuals who have limited or no access to needed services. Services provided include: complex case consultation, trainings, health promotion, wellness workshops and community activities, and promotion of community partner coordination and collaboration.