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The Impact of CCBHCs: How the CCBHC Model is Transforming Patient Care and Staff Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Jeremy Atterman
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Dr. Joe Parks
states must establish a minimum set of evidence-based practices required of the CCBHCs. Among those evidence-based practices states might consider are the following: Motivational Interviewing; Cognitive Behavioral individual, group and on-line Therapies (CBT); Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT); addiction technologies; recovery supports; first episode early intervention for psychosis; Multi-Systemic Therapy; Assertive Community Treatment (ACT); Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (F-ACT); evidence-based medication evaluation and management (including but not limited to medications for psychiatric conditions, medication assisted treatment for alcohol and opioid substance use disorders (e.g., buprenorphine, methadone, naltrexone (injectable and oral), acamprosate, disulfiram, naloxone), prescription long-acting injectable medications for both mental and substance use disorders, and smoking cessation medications); community wrap-around services for youth and children.
Dr. Joe Parks
This list is not intended to be all-inclusive and the states are free to determine whether these or other evidence-based treatments may be appropriate as a condition of certification
Jeremy Atterman
You can learn more about the impact of the CCBHC model at our CCBHC Success Center site: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/ccbhc-success-center/ccbhcta-overview/
Dr. Joe Parks
Dr. Joe Parks
The CCBHC is responsible for peer specialist and recovery coaches, peer counseling, and family/caregiver supports. States should specify the scope of peer and family services they will require based upon the needs of the population served. Peer services that might be considered include: peer‐run drop‐in centers, peer crisis support services, peer bridge services to assist individuals transitioning between residential or inpatient settings to the community, peer trauma support, peer support for older adults or youth, and other peer recovery services. Potential family/caregiver support services that might be considered include: family/caregiver psycho-education, parent training, and family-to-family/caregiver support services.Note: See program requirement 3 regarding coordination of services and treatment planning.