DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN
Children's System of Care Initiative
Gwendolyn L. Harris, Commissioner
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A major reform initiative was launched in 2000 that restructures the system for delivering services to children with emotional and behavioral disturbances and their families.
This groundbreaking Children’s System of Care Initiative is a complex plan with a simple mission: to create happier endings for New Jersey’s most troubled children.
The Children's System of Care Initiative, commits to an increase in spending in treatment for children with emotional and behavioral disturbanceschute de cheveux.
Children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disturbances and their families across child-serving systems.
An initiative which crosses systems based on the needs of the child & family.
The fundamental elements of reform.
|Provide a broader array services|
|Organize and manage services|
|Provide care that is based on core values|
|Individual Service Planning|
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Increase state and federal funding.
|Funding increased from $51.4 million in Fiscal Year 2001 to an appropriation of $143 million in Fiscal Year 2003.|
|Pool resources from DYFS, Mental Health and Medicaid and increase Federal funding.|
Expand array of formal and informal services.
|Assessment (Screening, Evaluation & Diagnostic Services)|
|Mobile Response and Stabilization Service|
|Out-of-Home Crisis Stabilization Services|
|Acute Inpatient Hospital Services|
|Residential Treatment Center Care|
|Group Home Care|
|Treatment Homes/Therapeutic Foster Care|
|Intensive Face-to-Face Care Management|
|Intensive In-Home Services|
Services are not managed, there is inadequate collaboration and coordination among child-serving systems.
Organize and manage resources more effectively.
Common screening and assessment.
|Develop common screening and assessment
protocols that can be used across various child-serving agencies
|Uniform screening and assessments will provide a foundation for individualized service plan|
Contracted System Administrator
Care Management Organizations (CMOs)
|Create care management organizations (CMOs) at
the local level to care manage children with intensive and complicated service needs.
|Give CMOs authority and responsibility to
coordinate services through a network of providers.
|CMO is a separate entity whose sole business is to provide case management and create a system of home and community|
Children's System of Care/Screening & Assessment
System is not child-centered or family friendly
Plan around the “whole child” and make families participants in treatment.
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