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1

Inpatient Hospital treatment calls for?

rapid assessment, stabilization of symptoms, discharge planning

2

Why is a person hospitalized?

they are a threat to themselves, others, or are nonfunctioning

3

When does the discharge process start?

Upon admission

4

When are partial hospitalization programs considered successful?

When patients understand why they are taking their medications and are compliant

5

Residential Settings

residents make transition from group home to residences where they fulfill own responsibilities and function without onsite supervision
**Day programs

6

Transitional Care

Peer support
Bridging staff

7

True or False: Board and care homes are an example of a partial hospitalization program

False
Board and care homes are an example of a residential treatment setting

8

Services to promote recovery process: AA/NA

Emphasis on recovery, going beyond symptom control and medication management; includes personal growth

9

What are the Clubhouse Model's 4 guaranteed rights of members?

A place to come to
Meaningful work
Meaningful relationships
A place to return to

10

Clubhouse Model

Community-based rehabilitation
The mentally ill can and will achieve normal life goals when given the opportunity, time, support, and fellowship

11

What does the Clubhouse model consider as a key to successful treatment?

physician-client relationship
Focuses on health not illness

12

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

Problem-solving orientation
Direct provision of service rather than referral
Services intense; not time constraints

13

True or False: In the clubhouse model the relationship between clients is most important.

False
Physician-client relationship is most important

14

People who are homeless and mentally ill are

spending more time in jail
homeless longer
spending more time in shelters
having less family contact
facing greater barriers to employment

15

PATH Program
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness

Federal gov program that funds community-based outreach, mental health, substance abuse, case management, and other support services

16

ACCESS Demonstration Projects

service provided to see what was needed to enhance the quality of life for those mentally ill and homeless

17

What are some barriers that prevent the mentally ill from returning to the community?

Poverty
Homelessness
Substance Use
Violence
Victimization, rape, trauma
Self-harm

18

What is a major problem for soldiers and veterans?

PTSD

19

PTSD increases the risk of

Suicide
Homicide
Injury
Physical Illness
Sleep disorders
Substance abuse
Marital and family dysfunction

20

Why are many people with PTSD not diagnosed?

Reluctant to seek treatment
Treatment may not be readily available
Stigmatizing
Sexual traumas widespread for both males and females

21

Interdisciplinary Team

Pharmacist
Psychiatrist
Psychologist
Psychiatric nurse
Psychiatric social worker
Occupational/Recreation Therapist
Vocational Rehab Specialist

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Primary prevention

stress management education

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Secondary Prevention

early identification of mental health problems

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Tertiary Prevention

monitoring, coordinating psychiatric rehabilitation services