The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Bureau of Children's Behavioral Health (NH DHHS BCBH) Children's System of Care (CSOC) framework offers a continuum of care for youth/families. It includes transforming residential treatment to ensure youth are able to access treatment based on need. A residential level of care (LOC) structure supports the needs of youth being contemplated for treatment. We will highlight New Hampshire’s System of Care Framework, Comprehensive Assessment for Treatment – Pathway to Residential Treatment, Residential Levels of Care – Providing a Level of Care Structure and Transitional Residential Enhanced Care Coordination – Intensive Care Coordination.
Explore New Hampshire’s System of Care Framework – addressing the behavioral health policy and service needs of children/adolescents, adults and other special populations.
Describe Comprehensive Assessment for Treatment – Pathway to Residential Treatment and Residential Levels of Care, New Hampshire’s residential treatment transformation, and highlight provisions of evidenced-based practice.
Demonstrate increased familiarity of the various disciplines and systems to promote alignment of services, integration and enhanced care coordination due to Transitional Residential Enhanced Care Coordination.