|Services offered through Behavioral Health are CARF accredited and certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services: |
- 24 Bed residential Facility (Fort Reno Adolescent Center)
- Alcohol and other Drug Assessments
- Mental Health Assessments
- Outpatient Chemical Dependency Treatment
- Brief Individual Mental Health Stabilization
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Community Outreach
- Intensive outpatient chemical dependency treatment
Behavioral Health Outpatient and Residential Programs
Target Populations, Mission Statement and Goals and Objectives
Family Recovery (FRP) Program Outpatient Services.
Consumers who receive Outpatient services by the FRP are adolescents, who are a resident of Canadian County, Oklahoma, and are ages 13 to 17, and adults who have a prevention or open child welfare case in Canadian County.
Fort Reno Adolescent Center (FRAC) Adolescent Residential Chemical Dependency Program
Consumers who receive residential treatment services at the Fort Reno Adolescent Center are adolescents who are a resident of Canadian County and are ages 13 to 17 and meet criteria set by the American Society of Addiction Medicine PPC-2R for 3.5 level of care.
Behavioral Health (FRP & FRAC) Mission Statement
The Behavioral Health Services at the Gary E. Miller Children’s Justice Center exists to serve children and families who are experiencing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, and/or related co-occurring mental health issues. Behavioral Health Services will offer assessment, treatment, and/or referral services to each person and/or family included within these varied populations with a philosophy which reflects hospitality, respect, choices, and that the consumer has arrived at the correct destination.
Behavioral Health (FRP & FRAC) Annual Goals and Objectives
Behavioral Health administrative personnel will locate and provide either agency-external or agency-internal recovery oriented professional training opportunities for chemical dependency outpatient counseling staff in the areas of co-occurring (chemical dependency and mental illness), trauma informed, culturally competent, gender specific, and age specific treatment.
Objective 1A: By December 31, 2015, the Director of Behavioral Health will have provided an opportunity for at least one chemical dependency outpatient counseling staff person to receive agency-external training in the area of trauma informed treatment.
Family Recovery Progress-All outpatient counselors and case management staff were offered the opportunity to attend the 2015 ODAPCA Fall Conference where training opportunities were available in the areas of co-occurring (alcohol/substance use and mental illness), trauma informed, cultural competence, gender specific, and age specific treatment.
Objective 1B: By March 30, 2016, the Director of Behavioral Health will have provided an opportunity for at least one chemical dependency outpatient counselor staff person to receive agency-internal training in the areas of culturally competent, gender specific, and age specific treatment.
Family Recovery Progress-Such internal training is tentatively scheduled for all counselors and case managers in the latter part of February 2016.
Behavioral Health administration personnel will locate and encourage staff to obtain recovery oriented professional credentialing opportunities which would benefit chemically dependent outpatient consumers with issues in the areas of co-occurring (chemical dependency and mental illness), trauma informed, culturally competent, gender specific, and age specific treatment.
Objective 2A: By June 30, 2016, the Director of Behavioral Health will have offered work related support (i.e., financial, training opportunity, supervision, etc.) for at least one chemical dependency outpatient counseling staff person to obtain recovery oriented professional credentials which would benefit chemically dependent consumers with issues in the areas of co-occurring (chemically dependency and mental illness), trauma informed, culturally competent, gender specific, and age specific treatment.
Family Recovery Progress-Two counseling staff person used facility purchase CEU's to maintain their LADC-MH credentials. One LADC, LMFT Candidate is currently receiving facility resourced supervision for progress towards obtaining her LMFT doctorate and licensure. One LADC and one case manager have obtained specialized training in the assessment and treatment of depression and suicidal ideation.
Achieve certification status from the 2016 ODMHSAS audit.
Objective 3A: Assistant Director of Behavioral Health to review appropriate standards and make necessary curriculum, documentation, and program changes, by February 28, 2016.
Objective 3B: Director of Behavioral Health, Assistant Director of Behavioral Health, and Clinical Supervisor of Behavioral Health to review results and make use of the ODMHSAS Contract Audit as a tool in the preparation for the ODMHSAS Certification Audit, by March 28, 2016.
Objective 3C: Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor to review existing documentation for potential errors and revise if ethically possible, by March 30, 2016.
To assist with efforts to improve the progress of Canadian County juvenile delinquent clients who receive alcohol and substance use services from Behavioral Health.
Objective 4A: Director of Behavioral Health will make arrangements for a national training specialist who works with substance abusing juveniles involved in the criminal justice system to do at least one training with counselors and juvenile probation workers by June 30, 2016. (Training schedule for May, 2016.)
Objective 4B: Director of Behavioral Health to initiate an emphasis with juvenile probation workers related to the importance of family participation in the juvenile's treatment by inviting probation workers to attend the weekly treatment team meeting by June 30, 2016. (Probation workers have been invited; but have thus far used their time to speak with juveniles directly, rather than participate in outpatient treatment team.)