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									         A                     B                        C     D       E             F               G             H         I                                     J                                        DP TWG Strategies Summary
                                                                     Gov
1 Outcome            REQUEST                        Source   Cost   Budget         Type     Populations COST $            Other                                Notes
2    6    Chronic intensive case mgmt              ADSA       Y              1,2            4,7,3      3.8 m            FY1, FY2    expansion of pilot of ICCM model that reduces caseloads 1:65 to 1:30

                                                                                                                                    implement 5763 legislation for alternate type of LTC facility;
3        6     Enhanced Srvcs Facility             ADSA       Y                           1 4,7,3         $500,000.00 FY1, FY2      refine leg, licensure, program, rule, & rates development
4       27     WCPCA Investing for Impact          ASS        Y                           1 2,3 (10/11)   16.2 m      FY1, FY2      prevent child abuse, 11=society as a whole
5       27     WA Mentoring Partnership            ASS        Y                           1 10, 11        $500,000.00 FY1, FY2      DSHS as lead in public-private partnership
                                                                                                                                    recruit, retain, training & annual development
6       27     Support for Foster Parents          CA         Y              1(2)           2,3           7.8 m         FY1, FY2    plan for foster parents; hire CA FTEs
                                                                                                                                    expand database searches, investigate placements
7        27    Increase Kinship Support            CA         Y              1(2)           2,3           5.9 m         FY1, FY2    provide additional support srvcs to kin homes
8       1, 6   SB5763 pilot expansion              DASA       Y                           1 1,4,5         4.3 m         FY2         expands secure detox screening program statewide
                                                                                                                                    purchase residential srvcs, employment programs,
9       27     Expanded Community Srvcs            DDD        Y              1(2)           10,4          7.3 m         FY1, FY2    specialized therapies, & intensive case management

                                                                                                                                    11=refers to the DDD clients who would formerly have been
                                                                                                                                    hospitalized & will now be treated in the community;
10     6,27    Allen-Mar Lawsuit Clients         DDD          Y              1, 2           1, 10, 11     5.9 m         FY1, FY2    purchases rent, training, items for a new home, etc.
11       1     Contract Nursing in State Prisons DOC          Y              1(2)           5             1.3 m         FY 2        funding to address shortage of qualified nurses in prisons

                                                                                                                                    for purchasing health care services and supplies to render
12       1     Inflation & Other Rate Changes      DOC        Y                           2 5             $326,000.00 FY1, FY2      treatment to offenders (MH & PH)
                                                                                                                                    staff, programs at facilities & in community to provide
                                                                                                                                    continuum
13     1,27    Offender Reentry Initiative         DOC        Y              1(2)           5, 10         6.2 m         FY1, FY2    of care for offenders releasing from prisons and jails
                                                                                                                                    funding to enhance sex offender tx thru expansion of
                                                                                                                                    services and to conduct assessments at Reception
14     1,27    Sex Offender Management             DOC        Y                           2 5             2.4 m         FY1, FY2    Diagnostic Centers
                                                                                                                                    assists DOC w/ successful reentry and monitoring of
                                                                                                                                    offenders in community thru personalized management
15     1,27     Personalized Plan for Offenders    DOC        Y                           2 5,10          $525,000.00 FY1, FY2      plan for ea.
16      27      Operation Military Kids            DVA        Y              TA/TR, S       C/Y, P/F       $50,000.00 FY1, FY2      trains partners in schools, etc. to help kids, families
                Serve add'l supported
17       27     employment clients                 DVR        Y                           1 1             1.5 m         FY1, FY2
18     1, 27 Expedited Medical Determination       ESA        Y                           2 5,10          3.9 m         FY1, FY2
19    1, 27, 6 Reinvesting in Youth Program        JRA        Y                           1 2,3,5         2.8 m         FY1, FY2    additional administrative/research staff
20    1, 27, 6 Integrated Tx Model                 JRA        Y              1(2)           2,3,5         3.6 m         FY1, FY2    additional staff, program expansion/full implementation
21      1,27 MH Services to Youth                  JRA        Y              1(2)           2,3,5         2.1 m         FY1, FY2    additional staff, facilities
22      1,27 Secure placements for youth           MHD        Y                           1 2,5           15.6 m        FY 1, FY2   E&T startup funds for ITA youth
23      6,27 CMHI Expansion of EBPs                MHD        Y                           1 2,3,9         5.25 m        FY1, FY2
24      1,27 DMIO MH Services                      MHD        Y                           1 1,4,5         2.7 m         FY1, FY2    train the trainer
25       27     MHD Institution Safety             MHD        Y                           2 1,11          $538,000.00   FY1, FY2    relates to ESH,WSH patients
26              Background Checks                  MHD        Y                           2 10,11          $10,000.00   FY1, FY2    relates to MHD staff & notes that may impact DASA
27       27     Employee & Provider Training       MHD        Y                           2 10,11         $163,000.00   FY1, FY2    relates to MHD & provider staff
28              WSH Food Service                   MHD        Y                           2 1, 11         $852,000.00   FY1, FY2    for WSH staff; patients receive meal srvcs (not TX srvcs)
29       27     replace DVR Clubhouse Funding      MHD        Y                           1 1             1.6 m         FY1, FY2    CLUBHOUSE MEMBERS
30      6,27 MHD Infrastructure Development        MHD        Y                           2 10,11         2.8 m         FY1, FY2    FTEs: MHD STAFF (mostly HQ)
31      1,27 Additional Forensic Capacity          MHD        Y                           1 5             3.0 m         FY1, FY2    E&T expansion @ ESH, WSH
32       n/a    Client Safety-No Lift Policy/leg   MHD        Y                           2 10,11         $748,000.00   FY1, FY2    relates to ESH, WSH, CSTC staff & patients
                Regulatory-Accredita
33      27?     Compliance                         MHD        Y              1(2)           10,11         6.5 m         FY1, FY2    relates to patients @ CSTC, ESH
34   ?1, 27, 6? RSN local match                    MHD        Y                           2 10            5.8 m         FY1, FY2
35      1,27 ITA Health Costs                      MHD        Y                           1 5,11          3.5 m         FY1, FY2    relates specifically to ITA detainees
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Existing DPs
    Cell: D1                                                              DP TWG Strategies Summary
Comment: KEY:
          Yes (Y)
          No (N)


    Cell: E1
Comment: KEY:
          Yes (Y)
          No (N)

    Cell: F1
Comment: KEY:
          TA/TR=technical assistance/training
          R/E/DC=research, evaluation, data collection
          PC/AD/ORG=policy change, administrative/organizational change
          EP/I=equipment purchase, infrastructure
          S=Services

    Cell: G1
Comment: Populations Affected KEY:
          AC=Adult Consumers
          C/Y=Children/Youth
          P/F=Parents/Families/Caregivers
          COD=Co-Occurring Disorders
          CJ/MIO=Crim. Justice/Mentally Ill Offenders
          HM=Homeless/Housing
          OA=Older Adults
          YIT=Youth in Transition
          SP=Specialty Pops/Minority/Underserved
          ALL=ALL POPS
          OTH=OTHER

    Cell: I1
Comment: NOTE:
          BUDGET PERIOD= 2007(FY1) - 2009(FY2)




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       A                  B                    C          D       E      F          G               H             I
    Outcome          REQUEST                Agency/   Need  Gov   Category         Pop-       COST $          In an
                                              Org      $ ? Budget    of          ulations                     07-09
1                                                                 Request                                      DP?
              Local agreements btw         ADSA                          S        COD
              DDD & RSNs
2      6                                              Y                                     4.5 m            Y
                                           ADSA                       S, TA/TR     ALL


3     27      ECS Sustainability Project              Y                                     2.7 m            Y
                                           ADSA                          S         OA

              Depression Pilot Project
4     27      for ADSA/HCS AAAs                       N       N                                         $0.00 N
                                           ADSA                        TA/TR       ALL
                                                                        INF

5      6      TBI Strategic Partnership               Y       N                               $10,000.00 N
                                           ADSA                          S        COD
                                                                                 CJ/MIO

              Reducing Caseloads for
              DD/MH Individuals at Risk
6      1      of Criminal Offenses                    Y                                      $683,000.00 Y
              Evidence Based Program CA                                TA/TR     C/F, P/Y
7     27      Expansion                               Y                                       $30,000.00 Y
              Fulfilling the Promise (CA) CA                           TA/TR     C/Y, P/F

8     27                                              Y       N                              $120,000.00 N




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      A                   B                  C       D       E      F          G               H             I
             Global Appraisal for       CA                       DC, INF    C/Y, P/F
             Individual Needs - Short                            PC/ORG      COD
             Screener (GAIN-SS)
9     6      Implementation                      Y       N                               $11,000.00 N
             Foster Care Health MH      CA                       PC/ORG     C/Y, P/F
             Liaisons                                                        COD
10   6, 27                                       Y                                     1.3 m            Y
             Statewide Clinical         CA                       PC/ORG     C/Y, P/F
             Intervention for Foster                                S
             Children
11   6, 27                                       Y                                     5m               Y
             WSIPP Tool                 CA                       E/R/DC     C/Y, P/F
                                                                 PC/ORG

12    6                                          N       N                                         $0.00 N
                                                                  TA/TR     C/Y, P/F

13   6, 27   Bright Futures             CA       Y       N                               $70,040.00 N
             ICCD Clubhouse             CLUBHS                   PC, TR       AC
             Certification Statewide &                             S
             Development of
14    1      Standards                           N       N                             6m               N
             Innovative CJ Tx Account - DASA                     PC/AD,     CJ/MIO,
             maintain & expand                                     S         COD
             King/Pierce Pilot
15    1                                          Y       N                          5.4 m               N
             ICRS/Secure Detox Srvcs DASA                        S, PC/AD   CJ/MIO,
16    1                                          Y                           COD    3.9 m               Y
             Screening, Brief            DASA                    S, PC/AD    ALL
             Intervention, Referral & Tx
17    6      Project                             Y       N                             TBD              N


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     A                B                       C       D       E      F          G            H             I
          ICM for CD Persons with       DASA                       PC/AD       ALL
          High Utilization of Crisis                                DC
18   27   Srvcs History                           Y       N                            $488,000.00 N
          Integrated Screening and      DASA                       TA/TR,    CJ/MIO,
          Assessment for CD &                                      PC/AD      COD
19   6    Mental Disorders                        Y                                    TBD            Y
          COD Secure Residential        DASA                      S, PC/AD   C/Y, P/F
20   1    Tx for Youth                            Y                           COD     6.4 m        Y
          Expand Level II capacity      DASA                         S       CY, P/F
          in youth residential system                                         COD
21   1                                            Y                                   2.3 M
22   6    CODIAC                        DASA      N       N       R/E/DC      COD            $0.00 N
          CD Srvcs to Re-entering       DASA                      PC/AD,      COD,
23   1    Offenders                               Y                          CJ/MIO TBD            Y
          DMIO referrals & tx           DASA                       PC/AD      COD,
24   1    (CIAP)                                  Y       N                  CJ/MIO    $333,000.00
          WA St. Co-occurring           DASA                       R/DC       COD
          Disorders Policy Team
25   6                                            N       N                                      $0.00 N
          Supportive Housing for     DASA                         S, PC/AD   COD, HM
          Individuals leaving Secure                                 INF
26   6    Detox Facilities                        Y       N                            TBD            N
          Group Care Enhancement DASA                                S       COD, OA
          Model for Older Adults

27   6                                            Y       N                            TBD            N
          Offender Family/Parenting DOC                           S, TA/TR   CJ, C/Y
          Counseling Srvcs Pilot                                              P/F
28   1                                            Y       N                            $300,000.00 N
          COD/Therapeutic               DOC                          S       CJ/MIO,
29   6    Community Tx                            Y                           COD    TBD              Y


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     A                B                    C       D       E      F          G           H             I
          Offender Reentry          DOC                        PC/ORG     CJ/MIO,
          Program: Community                                      S        COD
          Justice Centers-based
30   1    MH/COD counseling                    Y                                     $600,000.00 Y
          Assistance to counties    DOH                                   CJ/MIO,
          pursuing SB5763 taxing                                           ALL
31   1    authority                            N       N                                     $0.00 N
          Early Childhood           DOH                                   C/Y, P/F
          Comprehensive Systems
32   6    (ECCS) Grant                         N       N                                     $0.00 N
          Medical Home Initiative   DOH                           S         ALL


33   6                                         N       N                                     $0.00 Y
          Children w/ Special Health DOH                        TA/TR     C/Y, P/F
          Care Needs
34   6    Communication Network                N       N                                     $0.00 Y
          WA St. Partnerships for    DOH                         PL       C/Y, P/F
35   6    Youth                                N       N                                     $0.00 N
          Early Periodic Screening DOH                          TA/TR,    C/Y, P/F
          Diagnosis & Testing                                  PC/AD, S
          EPSDT
36   27                                        Y       N                                     $0.00 N
          Early Hearing Loss        DOH                           S       C/Y, P/F
          Detection, Diagnosis, &
          Intervention Program
37   27   EHDDI                                N       N                                     $0.00 N
          CHILD Profile Health      DOH                         TA/TR     C/Y, P/F
          Promotion
38   27                                        N       N                                     $0.00 N



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     A                  B                 C       D       E      F         G          H             I
          First Steps               DOH                        TA/TR    C/Y, P/F

39   27                                       N       N                                   $0.00 N
          Patient Discharge         DVA                        TA/TR      ALL
40   1    Education & Hotline                 N       N       EQP/INF              $50,000.00 N
          Operation Military Kids   DVA                        TA/TR    C/Y, P/F
          initiative

41   27                                       Y                                    $50,000.00 Y
          Cross-system Training     DVR                       TA/TR       ALL
                                                               ORG




42   6                                        Y       N                            $30,000.00 N
          WorkSource Disability     ESD                       TA/TR;      ALL
          Program Navigators                                  EP/INF;
                                                               ORG




43   6                                        N       N                                   $0.00 N




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     A              B                   C       D       E     F         G               H             I
         MH Work Incentives       ESD                       TA/TR      ALL
         Benefit Planning                                    ORG



44   6                                      N       N                           TBD              N
         Medical Home             HRSA                      TA/TR,   C/Y, P/F
                                                            PC/AD
                                                             EP/I




45   6                                      Y                                   1.1 m            Y
         Tool Kit for Drug &      HRSA                      TA/TR      ALL
         Alcohol Assessment &                               PC/AD
46   6   Treatment                          N       N                                       $0.00 Y
         WA Chronic Care Mgmt     HRSA                      TA/TR      ALL
         Project                                            PC/AD
47   6                                      N       N                                       $0.00 N
         WA Medical Integration   HRSA                       DC        ALL
         Partnership

48   6                                      N       N                                       $0.00 N




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     A                B                    C       D       E       F         G               H             I
          Foster Care Integration    HRSA                      S, PC/AD   C/Y, P/F




49   6                                         Y                                     2.0 m            Y
          First Steps Maternity    HRSA                         TA/TR,    C/Y, P/F
          Support Services (MSS) &                              PC/AD
          Infant Case Management                                  EP/I
          (ICM) Perinatal                                        EVAL
          Depression Screening
50   27   Project                              Y       N                              $103,400.00 N
                                                                  DC     C/Y, P/F
                                                                         CJ/MIO &
51   6    JRA Database               JRA       N       N                   COD                   $0.00 N
                                                                ORG; S   C/Y, P/F
          Increase # of Medicaid                                         CJ/MIO &
52   1    Eligible Youth             JRA       N       N                   COD    TBD                 N
                                                               PC/ORG; S C/Y, P/F
                                                                         CJ/MIO &
53   1    Enhancing MH Srvcs         JRA       Y                           COD    2.1 m               Y
                                                                   S     C/Y, P/F
                                                                         CJ/MIO &
          Children's Mental Health                                         COD
54   27   Initiative (CMHI)          JRA       N       N                                         $0.00 N
                                                                   S      C/Y, P/F
                                                                          CJ/MIO &
          Family Integrated                                                 COD
55   1    Transitions (FIT)          JRA       N       N                             TBD              N


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     A                B                    C       D       E      F         G               H             I
          Global Appraisal for                                 PC/ORG,   C/Y, P/F
          Individual Needs - Short                               DC/E    CJ/MIO &
56   6    Screener (GAIN-SS)         JRA       N       N           S       COD                  $0.00 N
          Fulfilling the Promise     MHD                        E/R/DC   C/Y, P/F




57   27                                        Y       N                             $450,000.00 N
          System Transformation      MHD                         S,        ALL
          Initiative                                           PC/ORG

58   6                                         Y       N                            TBD              N
          Revisiting Access to Care MHD                         R/DC       ALL
          Standards (ACS)



59   27                                        N       N                                        $0.00 N
          Integrated Screening and MHD
          Assessment for CD &
60   6    Mental Disorders                     N       N                                        $0.00 N
          Community Integration    MHD
          Assistance Program
61   1    (CIAP)                               Y       N                            TBD              Y
          Jail Srvcs; Expedited    MHD
62   1    Eligibility                          Y       N                            3.9 m            Y


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      A                  B                 C       D       E      F         G               H       I
            Consumer Empowerment MHD                                       ALL




63   1, 6                                      Y       N                            TBD
                                                                 S       CJ/MIO



64    1     "Jail Diversion" Services   NAMI   N       N                            TBD         N
                                                                 PC      CJ/MIO
            Cross-system
65    6     Collaboration               NAMI   N       N                            TBD         N
                                                                PC, S    C/Y; P/F
            School-Based
66   27     Screening for Youth         NAMI   N       N                            TBD         N
                                                                PC, S      ALL


67   27     Housing                     NAMI   N       N                            TBD         N
                                                                PC, S      ALL




68   27     Employment                NAMI     N       N                            TBD         N
            Dropout                   OSPI                      R/E/DC   C/Y, P/F
            Prevention/Intervention &                          PC/ORG,
            Retrieval Initiative                                  INF
69    6                                        Y                                    8.4 m       Y


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     A                   B                  C          D       E      F         G               H           I
          Promising Practices for    OSPI                           TA/TR,   C/Y, P/F
          School/Community MH                                        ORG/
          Srvcs Coordination                                       EQP/INF



70   6                                             Y       N                                $575,000.00 N
          Response to Intervention   OSPI                           TA/TR,   C/Y, P/F
                                                                     ORG/
                                                                   EQP/INF



71   6?                                            Y       N                                 $45,000.00 N
      1   diversion                  ProvCouncil                     S       CJ/MIO     ?
72                                                 ?       N                  ALL                      N
     1    MH courts                  ProvCouncil                             CJ/MIO     ?
73                                                 ?       N                  ALL                      N
     1    DMIO                       ProvCouncil                             CJ/MIO     ?
74                                                 ?       N                  ALL                      Y
     1    Rural issues               ProvCouncil                             CJ/MIO     ?
75                                                 ?       N                  ALL                      N




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     A                B                 C             D   E   F     G          H       I
     6    Mental health needs occur ProvCouncil                    ALL    ?
          broadly & among
          populations for which
          MHD & the public mental
          health system are not
          currently funded. For key
          populations whose needs
          are not currently met
          through MHD or other
          state-funded systems,
          undertake the following
          process at a state level:


76                                                ?                                N
     27   Initiate school-based    ProvCouncil                    C/Y, P/F ?
          screening/referral
          & outcome tracking for
          mental health needs
          among children
77                                                ?                                N
     27   Housing                  ProvCouncil                     HOM    ?


78                                                ?                                N




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     A                B                  C           D       E      F         G             H           I
     27   Employment-MHD will      ProvCouncil                             AC, YIT, ?
          develop & implement a                                              HM
          statewide employment
          expansion plan in
          partnership with DVR and
          other state agencies

79                                               ?                                                 N
          Mentally Ill Persons in CJ RDA                          R/DC,    CJ/MIO
          System Baseline                                         ORG
80   1    Information                            Y       N                              $262,691.00 N
          Evaluation of Clubhouses WIMIRT-E                      E/R/DC       AC
81   1                                           Y       N                  CJ/MIO       $30,000.00 N
82   6    Tx of COD                   WIMIRT-E   Y       N       E/R/DC    AC, COD       $25,000.00 N
          Co-localization of Services WIMIRT-E                   E/R/DC      ALL

83   6                                           Y       N                               $25,000.00 N
          Voucher System           WIMIRT-E                      E/R/DC      ALL
84   27                                          Y       N                               $15,000.00 N
          Reduction of Duplication WIMIRT-E                      E/R/DC    C/Y, P/F
          & Increased Collaboration                                        CJ/MIO &
          for Youth                                                          COD
85   27                                          Y       N                               $35,000.00 N
          Center for Recovery &    WIMIRT-W                       TA/TR
          Self-Determination                                     EQP/INF
86   6    (CRSD)                                 Y       N       R/E/DC                  $50,000.00 N
          Peer Support Program     WIMIRT-W                       E/R/DC   AC, P/F
          Evaluation
87   27                                          Y       N                               $40,000.00 N




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     A              B                 C         D       E     F      G       H           I
         Outcome Evaluation of a                            E/R/DC   AC
         Pilot Warm Line in WA
88   6   State                     WIMIRT-W Y       N                     $50,000.00 N




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    Notes

1
    DDD working agreements w/ RSNs to implement/monitor collaborative
    services for dual diagnosis DD and MI individuals; need 2 more FTEs
2   and funding to serve additional clients
    Request leg to expand coordination with HRSA and capacity to serve
    clients in Expanded Community Services program;
    ECS MH contractors will provide training to staff, families, & the
3   individuals as well as outreach services
    UW/ADSA developing a pilot program to provide therapeutic outreach
    interventions for Older Adults who do not meet ACS;
    based upon either PEARLS or IMPACT, 2 evidence-based programs
4   for older adults
    requests funds to sponsor a track at the CODIAC Conference;
    uses TBI grant funding to organize & facilitate a statewide partnership
    of systems, agencies, & individuals who work to improve the lives of
5   people with TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)
    Leg request to reduce caseloads to 30:1 for persons with MH and DD
    diagnoses;
    Reduction will ensure case managers are able to keep crisis
    intervention & support plans current; Will be able to i.d. potential
    criminal behavior or mental health deterioration when it first appears
6
  Requests funds to augment training funds for Aggression
7 Replacement Therapy (ART) as submitted in a DP
  Funding request to assist CA in covering costs associated with over
  500 staff participating in the training on MH needs of foster children
8




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   Requests funding to develop an interim infrastructure for the collection
   of data in CA using the GAINS-SS and prior to the implementation of
   the new CA data collection system SACWIS in order to begin
 9 collecting initial data
   As part of a decision package, requests funding for 8 contracted MH
   liaisons who will work with CA staff & offer triage, support & TA
10 concerning the MH needs of children in foster care
   MHD has a DP in to request funding to serve MH needs of children in
   foster care who do not currently meet MHD access to care standards
   (ACS); MHD & CA would set up referral protocols & contract with RSN
11 and other CA providers for their srvcs
   As part of CMHI, parents, CMHI and the WA State Institute of Public
   Policy (WSIPP) piloted & automated the tool; WSIPP will participate in
   a review of the data and give an evaluation report to CA & CMHI
12
   Funding requested for CA to continue the training developed through
   DOH grant funds (working w/ UW) to provide MH promotion to foster
13 parents
   Ensure high quality, ICCD certified clubhouse programs in all RSNs;
   calls for drafing of standards by the MHD; working with the legislature
   to provide funding; proposes to track outcomes for clients
14
   increase syst collab & srvc integration for COD clients to divert from
   entering jail or prison systems; maintain/expand King Pierce
   innovative program and add four new sites in additional counties;
15 case mgmt in residential setting
   expanding new integrated ITA law and secure detox pilot
16
   provide substance use screening, brief behavioral interventions, and
   referral to higher levels of care for patients presenting in hospital ER
17 and patient care floors


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   2 pilot sites to utilize integrated, comprehensive screening &
   assessment process; Document #s of persons with COD disorders by
18 quadrant of need
   implement & train state, county, provider agencies to use GAINS SS
   tool
19
     pilot secure providing services to high risk, COD, chronic runaway
20   youth in intensive, locked facility
     increase Level II youth intensive inpatient CD treatment; expansion of
     32 beds
21
22   CODIAC acts advisory committee to MHD and DASA
     establishes a fund managed by DASA to provide screening, tx for
23   offenders who violate release conditions due to alcohol/drug use
     screening, tx of CIAP designated offenders. Creates fund managed &
24   disbursed by DASA
     COD Policy Team supports policymakers, lets, administrative, &
     private sector representatives to develop, implement, & update
25   annually the State Action Plan
     establish supportive, community-based housing with case mgmt &
     srvcs linkages for high-need homeless clients leaving secure detox
26   facilities
     establish a GCE model to place therapists in DASA contracted adult
     residential system; target population is adults 55 & older to screen,
     assess, treat & refer to appropriate srvcs while in residential tx & after
27   treatment completion.
     proposes providing parenting offenders counseling programs; may
     require support for an FTE who works to seek additional funding
28   through grants, etc.
     explore possibility of converting & expanding the numbers of current
29   CD tx programs into COD tx programs in DOC facilities


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   As part of DOC Re-entry 07-09 request leg, DOC shall develop
   community-based MH and COD tx services in its Community Justice
   Centers to deliver tx services to those who don not meet ACS
30 standards for community-based MH srvcs
   Continue to provide assistance to counties considering
   implementation of the 5763 taxing authority linking funding to
31 diversion activities e.g. MH court, transition services
   Fed grant implementation (2005 - 2008)

32
   promote Medical Home concept as quality improvement strategy;
   healthcare services accessible; involve individual/family in planning &
   decision making; coordinate w/ community services; includes
33 preventive care; early i.d. & diagnosis; etc.
   network meets to share info, develop msgs, i.d. trends, provide TA;
   help families of kids with special health care needs
34
   developing and will soon implement a statewide adolescent health
35 plan (Wa Healthy Youth)
   structuring EPSDT for maximum positive impact; including mental &
   emotional needs; providing resources & support to parents, caregivers
   so they can recognize emotional & behavioral concerns in
36 children/youth
   supports infant auditory health thru screening, diagnostic, and early
   intervention srvcs; promote mental health by supporting stronger
   parent-child relationship & child's social-emotional development
37
   materials provide parents with info about growth, development, safety,
   nutrition, parenting info; info about emotional, mental health and
38 where to go for help if concerned re: child's development




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   assists low-income pregnant/parenting women to establish/maintain
   medical home & connect with services. Includes a MH component to
39 help women deal with MH & SA challenges
   Patient Discharge Education plan; training; create hotline
40
     create an alliance to coordinate i.d. and referral for kids with deployed
     military family members who are experiencing emotional/behavioral
     challenges; allies with OSPI & many other partners; study expansion
41
     Use DVR existing resources to support increased system
     collaboration; proposes to develop capacity for increased training/TA
     for staff of DVR, MHD, RSNs & local MH srvc providers focused on
     improving working relationships, referrals, better resource utilization,
     and exploration of evidence-based/proven practices that improve
     employment outcomes for consumers; request support for .5 FTE
     release time to coordinate program statewide
42
     Establishes Disability Program Navigator Team for each of the 12
     Workforce Development Areas in WA; teams will conduct outreach,
     education to MH provider & consumer organizations w/in Workforce
     Development Area; provide information on the range of services &
     resources available through WorkSource; gather information on
     programs & resources within MH community; facilitate
     training/networking events; ensure that employers are provided w/ info
     re: incentives & resources available to employers who hire workers
     with mental health disabilities; may require $ for release time/travel
     expenses for cross-trained counselors to participate in the WIPA
     sponsored activities
43




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     Work Incentive Planning & Assistance (WIPA) program pursues
     partnerships w/ MH providers (conventional & consumer-controlled) to
     recruit & cross-train Community Work Incentive Counselors; provide
     TA and ongoing training to counselors, some infrastructure support as
     needed/available may be required for partner agencies to take
44   advantage of services ESD is offering
     build infrastructure to implement the Governor’s Directives to: Create
     a more effective chronic care management approach that integrates
     the concept of an advanced medical home for both children and
     adults; Improve the agency’s capacity to complete accurate &
     thorough Technology Assessments.; project will also purchase
     additional health technology assessment contracts to augment the
     health technology contract already in place from Hayes Inc® to further
45   improve evidence-based decision making.
     provide a comprehensive client service utilization profile and resource
     toolkit to providers to help them better manage the potential drug and
46   alcohol issue of their patients
     obtain better health outcomes & increased cost effectiveness by
     providing education to program participants about managing multiple
47   conditions; possible request for training $
     obtain better outcomes thru better coordinated care, reduction of
     duplication, & client ability to access services thru a single point of
     entry rather than thru several systems--single managed care
48   organization




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   For foster kids entering the system: (1) Provide medical evaluations
   within 72 hours (2) Establish a medical home to meet medical and
   non-medical needs in a manner that is accessible, continuous,
   comprehensive, family-centered, coordinated, compassionate, and
   culturally effective. (3) Provide timely access to medically necessary
   primary and specialty healthcare services (4) Develop the capacity to
   provide essential and timely consultive services to medical home
49 physicians
   requests support for planning, culturally competent outreach &
   collaboration; develop training



50
     Enhance syst collaboration through improved tracking of JRA-served
     youth; share data w/ other orgs
51
   possible FTE enhancement to increase current capacity for screening
   youth leaving JRA facilities; screening determines if youth are
52 Medicaid eligible & application is made if appropriate
   fully fund recommendations from the MH Systems Design Committee;
   includes recommendation for FTEs, services to JRA youth
53
   CMHI partner agencies (JRA, MHD, CA) worked with WSIPP (Wa.
   State Institute of Public Policy) to develop an EBP matching tool;
   tool aids providers in identifying appropriate EBPs for children
54 needing MH services; currently being piloted in CA
   possible additional funding needed to expand FIT services to other
   areas
   in WA state (currently piloted in Snohomish, King, Pierce, Kitsap
55 counties)


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     JRA will use & automate the GAIN-SS database "ACT" making it
     easier to evaluate the tool's effectiveness for the JRA population
56
     a collaborative Academic-State partnership that aims to improve
     outcomes for foster youth and youth receiving Mental Health Services
     in Washington. The project will enhance caseworkers' ability to select
     and refer foster youth to evidence-based programs and increase the
     capacity of community mental health providers to deliver evidence
     based practices. An evaluation of the project will be conducted to
     assess the outcomes of children enrolled in the evidence based
     practices, and all training curricula and evaluation/monitoring
     protocols used will be available to state agencies.
57
   implementation of leg & budget initiatives designed to create
   community alternatives supportive of recovery & resiliency; reduce
   dependence on state hospitals; components include expansion of
58 community resources and long-term planning
   proposes to conduct a substantive review of its current encounter data
   set, policies and procedures as applicable to the ACS policy;
   analysis will review options for expanding the eligibility standards
   within the current structure of the ACS; An evaluation of the fiscal
   impact associated with expansion of each element will be included, to
59 the degree possible, in the analysis
   Uses GAIN-SS

60
     expanded services to DMIO clients - rquest to Gov for $2.669 M

61
     ESA DP to expedite medicaid eligibility determination
62


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     MHD will facilitate a process that helps define what is meant by the
     terms self-directed care, consumer-run services, self-referred care,
     consumer driven services & resiliency; Increased access to programs,
     service modalities & tx activities founded on the fundamental
     principles of recovery & resiliency, regardless of funding source
63
     NAMI is pursuing w/ partners possible legislative strategies related to:
     Crisis Intervention Training (CIT); treatment services while
     incarcerated; reinstatement of benefits upon release; expanded MH
     courts; post-release support services
64
   NAMI supports strategies that include Community MH Services
   Councils at the local level all agencies that play a role in the delivery
65 of MH services
   NAMI supports school-based screening/referral for youth; endorses
   use of REEG technique as a diagnostic tool
66
   NAMI urges integration of housing initiatives at all levels of govt to
   meet
   the needs of consumers; suggest development of a statewide plan
67 utilizing best practices to institute a comprehensive housing plan
   NAMI recognizes importance of employment as key element of
   recovery-
   based MH system & recommends funding for expanded Certified
   Clubhouse Program in each of the RSNs; state should first develop a
   statewide plan for employment that can be implemented at the
68 community/local level
   request leg & budget proposal to address issue of students who drop
   out prior to graduation; initiative includes plans to address needs of
   individuals who drop out due to MH and emotional issues-$ to seed
69 consortia of 25 communities


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   leg-mandated study by OSPI & MHD to determine promising practices
   related to school/community mental health service coordination; study
   produced 2 documents that have potential utility for replicating
   promising practices for coordinating community mental health
   services w/ local school programming; OSPI & MHD need input from
   community stakeholders to refine the tools, develop a dissemination &
70 training plan
   School districts implementing Response to Intervention (RTI) to
   provide scientific, research-based interventions for at-risk students
   who need additional support in order to succeed in school; RTI is a 3-
   tiered general education approach to instructional interventions that
   are planned and focused on improving student achievement and
   decreasing special education referrals; develop 'train-the-trainer' &
71 piggy-back on Promising Practices implementation
   Pre-diversion booking options for people with mental health
72 diagnoses that come in contact with the criminal justice system
   Increased availability of mental health courts across the state
73
     Availability of “DMIO” srvcs across the state
74
     Ensure that the unique circumstances of rural communities are incorporated
75




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     1. Define current mental health service responsibilities and available
     resources and entitlement/eligibility criteria for all relevant state
     agencies.
     2. Identify specific population(s) whose mental health needs are not
     being met and determine which populations are priorities to be served
     with state funds.
     3. Agree and act on a manageable number of interagency priorities to
     improve mental health service access and quality for these
     populations.
     4. Determine which system(s) are best equipped to meet unmet
     needs and identify resource gaps (if any) for doing so.
     5. Ensure that services to users with the most severe and disabling
     conditions are not compromised in an effort to broaden access to
     other populations.
76
   1. Identify screening tool to be used on statewide basis
   2. Create referral mechanisms to mental health services within
   existing child-serving systems
   3. Track high level outcomes including school attendance &
   performance, families stay intact, out of home
77 placements/hospitalizations.
   The Mental Health Division Housing Action Plan (System
   Transformation Initiative) is integrated w/ and prioritized within other
   state-level and local/RSN housing development initiatives for low-
78 income people




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     MHD/DVR partnership that pursues: 1) Expansion of evidence-based
     supported employment (based on national standards) capacity, 2)
     Work-centered clubhouse services, 3) Opportunities for linkage with
     other state adult employment initiatives to expand participation of
     adults with mental illness in these systems (Employment Security,
     WorkFirst, CTED, Community Colleges), and 4) Exploration of job
     shortage issues (and implications), especially in rural communities.
79
     possible FTE; data analysis on DSHS client arrests & convictions;
     RDA will collaborate w/ the UNC Sheps Center; data collected would
80   be provided by TWG partner agencies
     evaluates community clubhouses' impact on recidivism in CJ and
81   social srvc facilities
82   evaluation of treating COD disorders
     evaluates the feasibility of coordinating & co-locating various
     components of social srvcs delivery in a way that is functional and
83   beneficial for consumers and their families
     evaluate the efficacy of similar systems using vouchers in other states
84   and systems; do so prior to any pilot programs
     evaluate the youth service systems to document extent of duplicated
     srvcs; formulate recommendations that reduce redundancy I in the
     systems & for the development of improvements
85
     proposes to establish a consumer & family centered center that will
     provide technical assistance, training & consumer research
86
   collects currently untracked data on Registered Counselors
   toward ongoing program improvement; evaluate circumstances that
87 make Peer Support Program effective




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     evaluates outcomes of the warm line operated by Consumer Voices
     are Born (CVAB) in Clark County
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    Cell: D1
Comment: KEY:
          Yes (Y)
          No (N)


    Cell: E1
Comment: KEY:
          Yes (Y)
          No (N)

    Cell: F1
Comment: KEY:
          TA/TR=technical assistance/training
          R/E/DC=research, evaluation, data collection
          PC/AD/ORG=policy change, administrative/organizational change
          EQP/INF=equipment purchase, infrastructure
          S=Services

    Cell: G1
Comment: Populations Affected KEY:
          AC=Adult Consumers
          C/Y=Children/Youth
          P/F=Parents/Families/Caregivers
          COD=Co-Occurring Disorders
          CJ/MIO=CrimJustice/Mentally Ill Offenders
          HM=Homeless/Housing
          OA=Older Adults
          YIT=Youth in Transition
          SP=Specialty Pops/Minority/Underserved
          ALL=ALL POPS

    Cell: I1
Comment: NOTE: Y=Yes No=N
          If request echoes an agency request-YES
          NO if not an existing DP request




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    #       Outcome     Org               TITLE              $ Needed                               Notes
                                                                                                                                       ulation    of Request
                      NAMI    ICCD Clubhouse Certification         $6.0 M Ensure high quality, ICCD certified clubhouse programs in        AC        PC
                              Statewide & Development of                  all RSNs; calls for drafing of standards by the MHD;                        S
               1
                              Standards                                   working with the legislature to provide funding; proposes
        1                                                                 to track outcomes for clients
                      DOC     Offender Reentry Program:        $600,000* In conjunction with DOC Re-entry 07-09 request leg, DOC CJ/MIO,          PC/ORG,
                              Community Justice Centers-                  would develop community-based MH and COD tx services            COD        S
               1              based MH/COD counseling                     in its Community Justice Centers to deliver tx services to
                                                                          those who don not meet ACS standards for community-
        2                                                                 based MH srvcs
                      MHD     Jail Srvcs & Expedited           $ 2.669M * Establishes processes to expedite the financial & medical      CJ/MIO   PC/ORG,
                              Eligibility Determination                   eligibility for individuals w/ a mental illness being released             S
               1              (incarcerated individuals w/                from a DOC facility; Economic Services Administration
                              mental illness) *                           (ESA) administers & submitted a DP
        3
                      MHD     Community Integration                  TBD Pre-release planning & community srvcs for individuals        CJ/MIO     PC/ORG,
                              Assistance Program (CIAP)                  considered dangerous due to mental disorder & who are                       S
                              (formerly DMIO) - Expanded                 being released from jails/prisons facility; MHD has a DP
               1
                              Services                                   (for $2.669 M) requesting funding to expand srvcs to
                                                                         areas of the state where they are currently unavailable
        4
                      JRA     Enhancing MH Srvcs                $2.112M  Fully fund recommendations from the MH Systems Design C/Y, P/F           PC/ORG,
               1                                               not in GovCommittee; includes recommendation for FTEs, services CJ/MIO &              S
        5                                                         Budget to JRA youth                                                  COD
                      WIMIRT- Evaluation of Clubhouses           $30,000 Evaluates community clubhouses' impact on recidivism in        AC          R/DC
               1
        6             E                                                  CJ and social srvc facilities                                CJ/MIO
                      RDA     Mentally Ill Persons in CJ         $60,000 Will build a comprehensive picture of the involvement of     CJ/MIO        R/DC,
                              System Baseline Information                mentally ill persons in the criminal justice system: #                     ORG
                                                                         /characteristics of arrestees, patterns of arrests,
               1
                                                                         convictions and recidivism, correlated with and use of
                                                                         DSHS-paid mental health services, and geographic
        7                                                                distribution
                      RDA     Prison Reentry and                 $60,000 This project will use linked administrative data to conduct  CJ/MIO        R/DC,
                              Community Re-Integration                   a cohort study of mentally ill offenders released from state               ORG
                                                                         prison in calendar year 2004, to assess mental health and
               1
                                                                         substance abuse service use and recidivism patterns in
                                                                         the 12-months following release.
        8

* = In Governor's Budget
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    #       Outcome    Org               TITLE                $ Needed                                 Notes
                                                                                                                                            ulation   of Request
                      RDA    Prescription Drugs and Arrests       $60,000 Incarceration for persons with mental illness often results       CJ/MIO      R/DC,
                             for Persons with Mental                      in a discontinuation of prescription drugs for some period                    ORG
                             Illness                                      of time. This project will examine the relationship between
                                                                          prescriptions for psychiatric medications (initiation, refills,
               1                                                          discotinuation) and arrests or stays in jail, or
                                                                          hospitalizations. Policy and programmatic
                                                                          recommendations will be developed for ways of improving
                                                                          transitions from jail to the community, with emphasis on
        9                                                                 medication issues.
                      RDA    Assessing Transitions of             $60,000 This project will use linked administrative data, to examine      CJ/MIO      R/DC,
                             Mentally Ill Youth in the                    a cohort of mentally ill juveniles who age-out of juvenile                    ORG
                             Juvenile Justice System to                   justice services and their patterns of mental health and
               1
                             Adult Mental Health Services                 substance abuse service use as well as their patterns of
                                                                          arrest, jail detention, and state prison incarcerations.
    10
                      ADSA   Reducing Caseloads for            $683,000 * Leg request to reduce caseloads of persons with MH and             COD          S
                             DD/MH Individuals at Risk of        (Annual) DD (COD) diagnoses to 30:1; Reduction will ensure case            CJ/MIO
                             Criminal Offenses *                          managers are able to keep crisis intervention & support
               1
                                                                          plans current; Will be able to i.d. potential criminal
                                                                          behavior or mental health deterioration when it first
    11                                                                    appears
                      DVA    Incarcerated Veterans                        Program in place in King County & will be in Pierce Co.            AC,          S
                             Program                                      soon; Negotiates reduced sentences in order to provide            CJ/MIO
                                                                          vets in jail system health (MH) srvcs, housing & work
               1
                                                                          opportunities to aid reintegration; Hoping to implement
                                                                          similar programs in Snohomish, Clark, and Thurston
    12
                      DVA    Homeless Programs                             Housing coordination of srvcs w/ focus on access to VA     AC, HOM             S
               1                                                           benefits & employment; these vets also enrolled in the VA
    13                                                                     mental/physical health care system
                      JRA    Increase # of Medicaid                        Possible FTE enhancement to increase current capacity      C/Y, P/F            S
                             Eligible Youth                                for screening youth leaving JRA facilities; screening      CJ/MIO &
               1
                                                                           determines if youth are Medicaid eligible & application is   COD
    14                                                                     made if appropriate
                      JRA    Family Integrated                             Possible additional funding needed to expand FIT           C/Y, P/F            S
               1             Transitions (FIT)                             services to other areas in WA state (currently piloted in  CJ/MIO &
    15                                                                     Snohomish, King, Pierce, Kitsap counties)                    COD

* = In Governor's Budget
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    #    Outcome       Org                TITLE                 $ Needed                                Notes
                                                                                                                                            ulation   of Request
                    NAMI      "Jail Diversion" Services                TBD NAMI is pursuing w/ partners possible legislative                CJ/MIO        S
                                                                            strategies related to: Crisis Intervention Training (CIT);
             1                                                              treatment services while incarcerated; reinstatement of
                                                                            benefits upon release; expanded MH courts; post-release
    16                                                                      support services
                    DOC       Offender Family/Parenting             $85,000 Proposes providing parenting offenders counseling               CJ/MIO     S, TA/TR
             1                Counseling Srvcs Pilot                        programs; may require support for an FTE who works to             C/Y,
    17                                                                      seek additional funding through grants, etc.                      P/F
                    DOH       Assistance to counties                        Continue to provide assistance to counties considering          CJ/MIO,      TA
                              pursuing SB5763 taxing                        implementation of the 5763 taxing authority linking funding      (ALL)
             1
                              authority                                     to mental health and substance abuse
    18
                    Prov      Expanded CIT/ other training          $15,000 Expanded CIT and other education and training for first         CJ/MIO      TA/TR
                    Council   for first responders                          responders in how to respond to and work with individuals        ALL
             1
                                                                            with mental illness (successful example = BHR’s work in
    19                                                                      Thurston County).
                    HRSA      WA Medicaid Integration                       Obtain better outcomes thru better coordinated care,             ALL         DC
                              Partnership                                   reduction of duplication, & client ability to access services
             6                                                              through a single point of entry rather than through several
                                                                            systems (single managed care organization)
    20
                    JRA       JRA Database                                   Enhance syst collaboration through improved tracking of  C/Y, P/F           DC
             6                                                               JRA-served youth; share data w/ other orgs               CJ/MIO &
    21                                                                                                                                  COD
                    CA        Global Appraisal for Individual       $11,000 Requests funding to develop an interim infrastructure for C/Y, P/F         DC, INF
                              Needs - Short Screener (GAIN-                 the collection of data in CA using the GAINS-SS and prior   COD            PC/ORG
             6                SS) Implementation                            to the implementation of the new CA data collection
                                                                            system SACWIS in order to begin collecting initial data
    22
                    DOH       WA St. Partnerships for Youth                Developing and will soon implement a statewide                C/Y, P/F        PC
             6
    23                                                                     adolescent health plan (Wa Healthy Youth)
                    NAMI      Cross-system Collaboration               TBD NAMI supports strategies that include Community MH            CJ/MIO          PC
             6                                                             Services Councils at the local level all agencies that play a
    24                                                                     role in the delivery of MH services




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    #    Outcome       Org                TITLE                 $ Needed                              Notes
                                                                                                                                         ulation     of Request
                    Prov      Preparation for Recovery-                     Work with MHD and RSNs on paperwork reduction                  ALL       PC/AD/ORG
                    Council   Oriented, Integrated Electronic               initiative (No additional funds needed)
             6
                              Health Record-Part 1
    25
                    Prov      Preparation for Recovery-             $30,000 Standardize statewide reporting expectations and tools         ALL       PC/AD/ORG
                    Council   Oriented, Integrated Electronic               wherever possible. (Resources needed: $30,000 for
             6                                                              consultant fees)
                              Health Record Part 2
    26
                    Prov      Preparation for Recovery-             $20,000 Revise clinical record format to be recovery-based and         ALL       PC/AD/ORG
                    Council   Oriented, Integrated Electronic               outcome-oriented. (Resources needed: $20,000 for
             6                                                              consultant fees)
                              Health Record Part 3
    27
                    JRA       Global Appraisal for Individual               JRA will use & automate the GAIN-SS database "ACT"            C/Y, P/F    PC/ORG,
             6                Needs - Short Screener (GAIN-                 making it easier to evaluate the tool's effectiveness for the CJ/MIO &     DC/E
    28                        SS)                                           JRA population                                                  COD          S
                    DASA      WA St. Co-occurring Disorders                 COD Policy Team supports policymakers, lets,                    COD        R/DC
                              (COD) Policy Team                             administrative, & private sector representatives to
             6
                                                                            develop, implement, & update annually the State Action
    29                                                                      Plan
                    DASA      CODIAC                                        CODIAC acts as an advisory committee to MHD and                 COD       R/E/DC
             6
    30                                                                      DASA on Co-Occurring Disorders (COD)
                    WIMIRT- Tx of COD                               $25,000 Evaluation of treating COD disorders                          AC, COD     R/E/DC
             6
    31              E
                    WIMIRT- Co-localization of Services             $25,000 Evaluates the feasibility of coordinating & co-locating        ALL        R/E/DC
                    E                                                       various components of social srvcs delivery in a way that
             6
                                                                            is functional and beneficial for consumers and their
    32                                                                      families
                    WIMIRT- Outcome Evaluation of a Pilot           $50,000 Evaluates outcomes of the warm line operated by                AC         R/E/DC
             6
    33              W       Warm Line in WA State                           Consumer Voices are Born (CVAB) in Clark County
                    CA      WSIPP Tool                                      As part of CMHI, parents, CMHI and the WA State              C/Y, P/F     R/E/DC
                                                                            Institute of Public Policy (WSIPP) piloted & automated the                PC/ORG
             6
                                                                            tool; WSIPP will participate in a review of the data and
    34                                                                      give an evaluation report to CA & CMHI




* = In Governor's Budget
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    #    Outcome       Org               TITLE              $ Needed                              Notes
                                                                                                                                      ulation   of Request
                    OSPI     Dropout Prevention/              $8.377 M Request leg & budget proposal to address issue of           C/Y, P/F   R/E/DC
                             Intervention & Retrieval        Not in Gov. students who drop out prior to graduation; initiative              PC/ORG, INF
             6               Initiative                          Budget includes plans to address needs of individuals who drop
                                                                         out due to MH and emotional issues-$ to seed consortia of
    35                                                                   25 communities
                    MHD      Integrated Screening and                    Uses GAIN-SS; MHD & DASA collecting data & analyzing       COD,      R/E/DC,
             6               Assessment for CD & Mental                  to deliver report to the legislature                      CJ/MIO        S
    36                       Disorders
                    ADSA     Local agreements btw DDD &        $6.1 M * DDD working agreements w/ RSNs to implement/monitor            COD          S
                             RSNs *                                     collaborative services for dual diagnosis DD and MI
             6
                                                                        individuals; need 2 more FTEs and funding to serve
    37                                                                  additional clients
                    DOC      Co-Occurring Disorders                TBD DOC would explore possibility of converting & expanding        CJ/MIO,       S
             6               (COD)/Therapeutic                          the numbers of current CD tx programs into COD tx              COD
    38                       Community Treatment (Tx)                   programs in DOC facilities
                    DOH      Medical Home Initiative                    Promote Medical Home concept as quality improvement            ALL          S
                                                                        strategy; healthcare services accessible; involve
             6                                                          individual/family in planning & decision making; coordinate
                                                                        w/ community services; includes preventive care; early i.d.
    39                                                                  & diagnosis; etc.
                    DVA      MOU w/ 37 State Partners                   WA leads in programs & systems that provide immediate          ALL          S
                                                                        assistance to vets returning from war operations;
                                                                        collaboration incorporates 37 partners from community,
             6
                                                                        business, & govt providing srvcs to vets during
                                                                        deployment, upon return, and in follow-up -- including MH
    40                                                                  services
                    DVA      Veteran's Conservation Corps               Program serves vets who are victims of war trauma;             ALL          S
                                                                        participants do volunteer work that restores natural
             6                                                          habitat; is a therapeutic program often results in
                                                                        permanent employment for vets; partnerships with ESD,
    41                                                                  DNR, DFW, Parks & Rec, and federal VA




* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                          Strategies Submitted to the TWG
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                                                                                                                                     Pop-      Category
    #    Outcome       Org               TITLE            $ Needed                              Notes
                                                                                                                                    ulation   of Request
                    HRSA     Foster Care Integration *     $1.975 M * For foster kids entering the system: (1) Provide medical    C/Y, P/F    S, PC/AD
                                                                      evaluations within 72 hours (2) Establish a medical home
                                                                      to meet medical and non-medical needs in a manner that
                                                                      is accessible, continuous, comprehensive, family-
                                                                      centered, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally
             6
                                                                      effective. (3) Provide timely access to medically necessary
                                                                      primary and specialty healthcare services (4) Develop the
                                                                      capacity to provide essential and timely consultive
                                                                      services to medical home physicians
    42
                    MHD      System Transformation               TBD Implementation of leg & budget initiatives designed to          ALL      S, PC/ORG
                             Initiative                              create community alternatives supportive of recovery &
             6                                                       resiliency; reduce dependence on state hospitals;
                                                                     components include expansion of community resources
    43                                                               and long-term planning
                    DOH      Children w/ Special Health              Network meets to share info, develop messages, i.d.           C/Y, P/F     TA/TR
             6               Care Needs Communication                trends, provide TA; help families of kids with special health
    44                       Network                                 care needs
                    MHD      Consumer Empowerment                    MHD will facilitate a process that helps define what is         ALL        TA/TR
                                                                     meant by the terms self-directed care, consumer-run
                                                                     services, self-referred care, consumer driven services &
                                                                     resiliency; Increased access to programs, service
             6                                                       modalities & tx activities founded on the fundamental
                                                                     principles of recovery & resiliency, regardless of funding
                                                                     source; Would require additional funds to expand
                                                                     contracting related to provision of peer counseling training
    45
                    WIMIRT- Center for Recovery & Self-       $50,000 Proposes to establish a consumer & family centered             ALL       TA/TR
             6      W       Determination (CRSD)                      center that will provide technical assistance, training &                EP/INF
    46                                                                consumer research                                                        R/E/DC
                    ADSA     TBI Strategic Partnership                Requests funds to sponsor a track at the CODIAC                ALL       TA/TR
                                                                      Conference; uses TBI grant funding to organize & facilitate                INF
             6                                                        a statewide partnership of systems, agencies, &
                                                                      individuals who work to improve the lives of people with
    47                                                                TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)



* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                                 Strategies Submitted to the TWG
                                                                             01/08/07

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    #    Outcome       Org                TITLE                  $ Needed                              Notes
                                                                                                                                            ulation   of Request
                    DVR      Cross-system Training                   $30,000 Use DVR existing resources to support increased system          ALL        TA/TR
                                                                             collaboration; proposes to develop capacity for increased                  ORG
                                                                             training/TA for staff of DVR, MHD, RSNs & local MH srvc
                                                                             providers focused on improving working relationships,
             6                                                               referrals, better resource utilization, and exploration of
                                                                             evidence-based/proven practices that improve
                                                                             employment outcomes for consumers; request support for
                                                                             .5 FTE release time to coordinate program statewide
    48
                    ESD      MH Work Incentives Benefit              $20,000 Work Incentive Planning & Assistance (WIPA) program             ALL        TA/TR
                             Planning                                        pursues partnerships w/ MH providers (conventional &                       ORG
                                                                             consumer-controlled) to recruit & cross-train Community
                                                                             Work Incentive Counselors; provide TA and ongoing
             6
                                                                             training to counselors, some infrastructure support as
                                                                             needed/available may be required for partner agencies to
                                                                             take advantage of services ESD is offering
    49
                    HRSA     Layered Proposals for Partners in      $1.377 M Project proposes various recommendations for                    ALL       TA/TR,
                             Child Psychiatry                                implementation (could be funded together or separately):                  R/E/DC,
                                                                             training, collaborative teams, website, research &                         S, INF
             6
                                                                             development (R&D), consultative evaluations, telephone
                                                                             triage, & pediatric, family practice, and nurse practitioner
    50                                                                       residency training
                    ESD      WorkSource Disability                           Establishes Disability Program Navigator Team for each of       ALL       TA/TR,
                             Program Navigators                              the 12 Workforce Development Areas in WA; teams will                      EP/INF,
                                                                             conduct outreach, education to MH provider & consumer                      ORG
                                                                             organizations w/in Workforce Development Area; provide
                                                                             information on the range of services & resources available
                                                                             through WorkSource; gather information on programs &
                                                                             resources within MH community; facilitate
             6
                                                                             training/networking events; ensure that employers are
                                                                             provided w/ info re: incentives & resources available to
                                                                             employers who hire workers with mental health
                                                                             disabilities; may require $ for release time/travel expenses
                                                                             for cross-trained counselors to participate in the WIPA
                                                                             sponsored activities
    51

* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                                                                                                   Pop-       Category
    #    Outcome       Org                TITLE           $ Needed                              Notes
                                                                                                                                  ulation    of Request
                    OSPI     Promising Practices for          $57,500 Leg-mandated study by OSPI & MHD to determine                   C/Y, P/F TA/TR, ORG/
                             School/Community MH Srvcs                promising practices related to school/community mental                     EP/INF
                             Coordination                             health service coordination; study produced 2 documents
                                                                      that have potential utility for replicating promising practices
             6                                                        for coordinating community mental health services w/ local
                                                                      school programming; OSPI & MHD need input from
                                                                      community stakeholders to refine the tools, develop a
                                                                      dissemination & training plan
    52
                    OSPI     Response to Intervention         $45,000 School districts implementing Response to Intervention       C/Y, P/F TA/TR, ORG/
                                                                      (RTI) to provide scientific, research-based interventions               EP/INF
                                                                      for at-risk students who need additional support in order to
                                                                      succeed in school; RTI is a 3-tiered general education
                                                                      approach to instructional interventions that are planned
             6
                                                                      and focused on improving student achievement and
                                                                      decreasing special education referrals; develop 'train-the-
                                                                      trainer' & piggy-back on Promising Practices
                                                                      implementation
    53
                    HRSA     Medical Home *                $1.131 M * Build infrastructure to implement the Governor’s Directives C/Y, P/F     TA/TR,
                                                                       to: Create a more effective chronic care management           All       PC/AD,
                                                                       approach that integrates the concept of an advanced                      EP/I
                                                                       medical home for both children and adults; Improve the
                                                                       agency’s capacity to complete accurate & thorough
             6
                                                                       Technology Assessments.; Project will also purchase
                                                                       additional health technology assessment contracts to
                                                                       augment the health technology contract already in place
                                                                       from Hayes Inc® to further improve evidence-based
    54                                                                 decision making.
                    HRSA     Psychiatric Training &           $200,000 Develop & deliver initial and follow-up trainings via in-    ALL        TA/TR,
                             Consultation                              person & web-based trainings; Establishment & support of                ORG/
             6
                                                                       Children & Adult Behavioral Health Prescription Advisory                EP/INF
    55                                                                 Groups
                    DASA     Integrated Screening and                  Implement & train state, county, & provider agencies to    CJ/MIO,      TA/TR,
             6               Assessment for CD & Mental                use GAIN-SS tool                                            COD         PC/AD
    56                       Disorders (GAIN-SS)


* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                              Strategies Submitted to the TWG
                                                                          01/08/07

                                                                                                                                         Pop-       Category
    #    Outcome       Org               TITLE                $ Needed                               Notes
                                                                                                                                        ulation    of Request
                    HRSA     Tool Kit for Alcohol/Drug & MH   Possible $   Provide a comprehensive client service utilization profile     ALL       TA/TR,
                             Assessment & Treatment            needed      and resource toolkit to providers to help them better                    PC/AD
             6
                                                                           manage the potential drug and alcohol issue of their
    57                                                                     patients
                    HRSA     WA Chronic Care Mgmt             Possible $   Obtain better health outcomes & increased cost                 ALL       TA/TR,
                             Project                           needed      effectiveness by providing education to program                          PC/AD
             6
                                                                           participants about managing multiple conditions; possible
    58                                                                     request for training funds
                    DVA      MH Services Education                         Contract with DSHS to provide education to social              ALL       TA/TR,
                             Initiative                                    workers on veterans' issues & benefits; helps i.d. those                   S
             6
                                                                           who qualify for VA provided health/mental health care
    59
                    DOH      Early Childhood                               Implementation of a federally-funded grant (2005 - 2008)     C/Y, P/F
             6               Comprehensive Systems
    60                       (ECCS) Grant
                    DVA      Military Domestic Violence           $50,000 Proposes a network preventive approach involving the VA, (ALL)             DC/R
                             Abatement Project                            local military bases, & law enforcement to collect data and CJ/MIO
                                                                          develop strategies that would help anticipate crimes
            27                                                            against persons, property, & domestic violence frequently
                                                                          occurring following deployment & reintegration into
                                                                          communities of Reserve, National Guard, & active duty
    61                                                                    military members
                    MHD      Fulfilling the Promise              $450,000 A collaborative Academic-State partnership that aims to     C/Y, P/F        PC,
                                                                          improve outcomes for foster youth and youth receiving                     R/E/DC
                                                                          Mental Health Services in Washington; project will
                                                                          enhance caseworkers' ability to select & refer foster youth
                                                                          to evidence-based programs & increase the capacity of
                                                                          community mental health providers to deliver evidence
            27                                                            based practices; evaluation of the project will be
                                                                          conducted to assess the outcomes of children enrolled in
                                                                          the evidence based practices, & all training curricula &
                                                                          evaluation/monitoring protocols used will be available to
                                                                          state agencies; would be matched by funds from the Paul
                                                                          Allen Foundation
    62




* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                               Strategies Submitted to the TWG
                                                                           01/08/07

                                                                                                                                            Pop-      Category
    #    Outcome       Org               TITLE                 $ Needed                                Notes
                                                                                                                                           ulation   of Request
                    NAMI     School-Based                              TBD NAMI supports school-based screening/referral for youth;         C/Y,       PC, S
                             Screening for Youth                           endorses use of REEG technique as a diagnostic tool              P/F
            27
    63
                    NAMI     Housing                                  TBD NAMI urges integration of housing initiatives at all levels of    ALL        PC, S
                                                                           govt to meet the needs of consumers; suggest
            27
                                                                           development of a statewide plan utilizing best practices to
    64                                                                     institute a comprehensive housing plan
                    NAMI     Employment                               TBD NAMI recognizes importance of employment as key                   ALL        PC, S
                                                                           element of recovery-based MH system & recommends
                                                                           funding for expanded Certified Clubhouse Program in
            27
                                                                           each of the RSNs; state should first develop a statewide
                                                                           plan for employment that can be implemented at the
    65                                                                     community/local level
                    DASA     Intensive Case Management           $488000 * Maintain & expand ICM for this population; 2 pilot sites to      COD        PC/AD
                             for Chemically Dependent                      utilize integrated, comprehensive screening & assessment         (ALL)       DC
                             (CD) Persons w/ High                          process; Document #s of persons with (Co-Occurring
            27
                             Utilization of Crisis Srvcs                   Disorders) COD disorders by quadrant of need; DSHS
                             History *                                     requesting extension of 1 more yr. for ea. site
    66
                    CA       Foster Care Health MH              $1.296 M * As part of a decision package, requests funding for 8            C/Y,     PC/ORG
                             Liaisons *                                    contracted MH liaisons who will work with CA staff & offer       P/F,
            27
                                                                           triage, support & TA concerning the MH needs of children         COD
    67                                                                     in foster care
                    CA       Statewide Clinical Intervention      $2.0 M * MHD has a DP in to request funding to serve MH needs of          C/Y,      PC/ORG
                             for Foster Children *                         children in foster care who do not currently meet MHD            P/F          S
            27                                                             access to care standards (ACS); MHD & CA would set up
                                                                           referral protocols & contract with RSN and other CA
    68                                                                     providers for their services
                    MHD      Revisiting Access to Care                     Proposes to conduct a substantive review of its current          ALL        R/DC
                             Standards (ACS)                               encounter data set, policies and procedures as applicable
                                                                           to the ACS policy; Analysis will review options for
                                                                           expanding the eligibility standards within the current
            27
                                                                           structure of the ACS; An evaluation of the fiscal impact
                                                                           associated with expansion of each element will be
                                                                           included, to the degree possible, in the analysis
    69

* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                             Strategies Submitted to the TWG
                                                                         01/08/07

                                                                                                                                         Pop-       Category
    #    Outcome       Org               TITLE               $ Needed                               Notes
                                                                                                                                        ulation    of Request
                    WIMIRT- Voucher System                       $15,000 Evaluate the efficacy of similar systems using vouchers in       ALL       R/E/DC
            27      E                                                     other states and systems; do so prior to any pilot
    70                                                                    programs
                    WIMIRT- Reduction of Duplication &           $35,000 Evaluate the youth service systems to document extent of       C/Y, P/F    R/E/DC
                    E       Increased Collaboration for                   duplicated srvcs; formulate recommendations that reduce       CJ/MIO &
            27
                            Youth                                         redundancy in the systems & for the development of              COD
    71                                                                    improvements
                    WIMIRT- Peer Support Program                 $40,000 Collects currently untracked data on Registered                AC, P/F     R/E/DC
                    W       Evaluation                                    Counselors toward ongoing program improvement;
            27
                                                                          evaluate circumstances that make Peer Support Program
    72                                                                    effective
                    ADSA     Depression Pilot Project                     UW/ADSA developing a pilot program to provide                   OA           S
                             for ADSA/HCS AAAs                            therapeutic outreach interventions for Older Adults who do
            27
                                                                          not meet ACS; based upon either PEARLS or IMPACT, 2
    73                                                                    evidence-based programs for older adults
                    DOH      Early Hearing Loss Detection,                Supports infant auditory health thru screening, diagnostic,   C/Y, P/F       S
                             Diagnosis, & Intervention                    and early intervention srvcs; promote mental health by
            27
                             Program EHDDI                                supporting stronger parent-child relationship & child's
    74                                                                    social-emotional development
                    DVA      Vets Community Based                         Community treatment helps decrease likelihood of                ALL          S
                             Services                                     domestic violence, depression, homelessness, job loss, &
                                                                          crime; Program integrates a statewide network of service
            27                                                            officers who assist vets & their families w/ referrals &
                                                                          support; connects vets to their benefits so medical/MH
                                                                          needs provided for by federal govt, freeing up resources at
    75                                                                    the community level
                    DVA      Veterans Innovative Program                  Program managed by WDVA in collaboration w/ ESD,                ALL          S
                             (VIP)                                        CTED, State Board on Community & State Technical
                                                                          College & Association of WA Business; helps returning
            27
                                                                          vets to restart their lives & ameliorate readjustment
                                                                          problems that might lead to job loss, homelessness, or
    76                                                                    domestic/family problems
                    JRA      Children's Mental Health              $5,000 CMHI partner agencies (JRA, MHD, CA) worked with              C/Y, P/F       S
                             Initiative (CMHI)                            WSIPP (Wa. State Institute of Public Policy) to develop an    CJ/MIO &
            27                                                            EBP matching tool; tool aids providers in identifying           COD
                                                                          appropriate EBPs for children needing MH services;
    77                                                                    currently being piloted in CA

* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                               Strategies Submitted to the TWG
                                                                           01/08/07

                                                                                                                                              Pop-       Category
    #    Outcome       Org                  TITLE               $ Needed                                  Notes
                                                                                                                                             ulation    of Request
                    ADSA      Expanded Community Srvcs        $2.7 M (not in   Request leg to expand coordination with HRSA and                ALL       S, TA/TR
                              (ECS) Sustainability Project*   Gov. Budget)     capacity to serve clients in Expanded Community Services
            27                                                                 program; ECS MH contractors will provide training to staff,
                                                                               families, & the individuals as well as outreach services
    78
                    CA        Evidence Based Program                 $30,000 Requests funds to augment training funds for Aggression         C/F, P/Y     TA/TR
            27                Expansion                            (per year) Replacement Therapy (ART) as submitted in a DP

    79
                    CA        Fulfilling the Promise (CA)          $120,000 Funding request to assist CA in covering costs associated        C/Y, P/F     TA/TR
            27                                                              with over 500 staff participating in the training on MH
    80
                                                                            needs of foster children
                    CA        Bright Futures                         $70,040 Funding requested for CA to continue the training               C/Y, P/F     TA/TR
            27                                                               developed through DOH grant funds (working w/ UW) to
    81                                                                       provide MH promotion to foster parents
                    DOH       CHILD Profile Health                             Materials provide parents with info about growth,             C/Y, P/F     TA/TR
            27                Promotion                                        development, safety, nutrition, parenting info; info about
    82                                                                         emotional, mental health and where to go for help if
                    DOH       First Steps                                      concerned re: child's development
                                                                               Assists low-income pregnant/parenting women to                C/Y, P/F     TA/TR
                                                                             establish/maintain medical home & connect with services.
            27
                                                                             Includes a MH component to help women deal with MH &
    83                                                                       SA challenges
                    DVA       Deployment on Behavior,                $50,000 Create an alliance to coordinate i.d. and referral for kids     C/Y, P/F     TA/TR
                              School Performance Study                       with deployed military family members who are
            27
                                                                             experiencing emotional/behavioral challenges; allies with
    84                                                                       OSPI & many other partners; study expansion
                    Prov      Employment-Expanded Use of             $20,000 WCMHC will develop training/consultation initiative for           ALL        TA/TR
                    Council   peer Counselors                                providers on expanding use of peer counselors in CMHA
                                                                             settings, working with consumers as colleagues and co-
            27
                                                                             workers, adapting human resources practices and
                                                                             protecting confidentiality. (Resources needed for training
    85                                                                       and Consultation)
                    Prov      Employment Partnership with            $20,000 WCMHC will assist CMHAs to partner with consumer                AC,OA        TA/TR
                    Council   Consumers to Clubhouses                        groups in establishing certified clubhouse programs.
            27
                                                                             (Resources needed for training and consultation
    86                                                                       expenses)

* = In Governor's Budget
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    #    Outcome       Org               TITLE              $ Needed                                Notes
                                                                                                                                         ulation    of Request
                    Prov      Recovery-oriented Clinical        $15,000 Develop clinical practice training and consultation series         ALL        TA/TR
                    Council   Practice-Prevention and                   involving local peer experts, local provider experts and
                              Intervention                              national leaders to identify and incorporate opportunities
            27
                                                                        for prevention and early intervention activities not currently
                                                                        covered by the PIHP system.
    87
                    Prov    Recovery-oriented Clinical           $8,000 Pilot project in one CMHA to train adult and parent peers          ALL        TA/TR
            27      Council Practice: Clinical Team                     to become part of agency clinical teams.
    88                      Training for Peer Counselors
                    Prov    2007 Wa BH Conference               $20,000 Finance a transformation track at the WBHC that focuses      ALL              TA/TR
            27      Council Transformation Track                        on specific initiatives and actions that will transform
    89                                                                  Washington’s mental health system
                    Prov      2007 Wa BH Conference             $20,000 Sponsoring a consumer/advocates track featuring topics       ALL              TA/TR
                    Council   Consumer/Advocate Track                   and speakers and topics recommended by
            27
                                                                        consumer/family/advocacy groups (i.e. partnership with
    90                                                                  NAMI-WA) (Resources needed: $20-25,000)
                    Prov      2007 Wa BH Conference              $5,000 Sponsoring an essay contest for consumers, in which        AC,YIT,O           TA/TR
                    Council   Essay Contest for Consumers               they describe how consumer participation in the WBHC          A
                                                                        contributes to transformation, for them as individuals and
            27                                                          for the community mental health system Five winning
                                                                        entries would receive a registration scholarship, lodging,
                                                                        travel money and a per diem allowance.
    91
                    HRSA      First Steps…                     $103,400 First Steps Maternity Support Services (MSS) & Infant            C/Y, P/F    TA/TR,
                                                                        Case Management (ICM) Perinatal Depression Screening                         PC/AD
            27                                                          Project; Requests support for planning, culturally                            EP/I,
                                                                        competent outreach & collaboration; develop training                          EVAL
    92
                    DOH       Early Periodic Screening                   Structuring EPSDT for maximum positive impact; including C/Y, P/F           TA/TR,
                              Diagnosis & Testing EPSDT                  mental & emotional needs; providing resources & support                    PC/AD, S
            27                                                           to parents, caregivers so they can recognize emotional &
                                                                         behavioral concerns in children/youth
    93




* = In Governor's Budget
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                                                                                                                                    Pop-       Category
    #    Outcome       Org               TITLE           $ Needed                                Notes
                                                                                                                                   ulation    of Request
                    DVA      Operation Military Kids *     $50,000 * PTSD program providing expanded counseling srvcs to           C/Y, P/F    TA/TR,
                                                                     families w/ military kids; DP submitted to Gov to support                   S
                                                                     initiative to provide education opportunities for families,
            27
                                                                     teachers, community counselors, & allied staff in school
                                                                     syst to i.d., manage, & refer military kids in trouble
    94




* = In Governor's Budget
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