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Long Term Structured Residence (LTSR)
Enhanced Personal Care Home (EPC)


Long Term Structured Residence (LTSR)

 

Who does the LTSR serve?

LTSR regulations require:

18 years of age or older
Resident of Washington or Greene County
Seriously mentally ill
Least restrictive level of care appropriate
Not a danger to self or others

What services will the LTSR provide?

Residential care which includes:

Medical/psychiatric services
Counseling
Transportation
Recreational Activities/Socialization
Money Management
Vocational Assistance

What are the program's objectives?

Stability of the resident's psychiatric condition and
medication regime
Elimination of acute psychiatric interventions
Attainment of individual treatment goals
Successful completion of trial leaves
Establishment of a social support system
Development of a plan for continuity of care

How long can I stay?

There is no time frame for the length of stay for each resident.   Each client is able to move at their own pace in accomplishing the goals of their individual treatment plan.

How can a client be referred?

Referrals to the program can be made to the Washington County MH/MR as well as the Greene County MH/MR Administrative Offices.  An admissions team reviews all referrals.

 

 

FUNDING

 

THE LTSR IS A PROGRAM OF THE M.H.A. OF WASHINGTON COUNTY WHICH RECEIVES COMMUNITY HOSPITAL INTEGRATION PROJECT FUNDS FROM WASHINGTON MH/MR ADMINISTRATION.

 

      


Enhanced Personal Care Home (EPC)

 

Who does the EPC serve?

Criteria:

18 years of age or older
Resident of Washington County
Be in treatment voluntarily
Not in need of inpatient hospital or skilled nursing care as certified by the MA-51
Complete required DPW standardized screening and assessments
Not pose a danger to the self or others at the time of referral and admission
Not be appropriate for placement in a forensic psychiatric facility          

What services will the EPC provide?

Residential care provides assistance with tasks of daily living that includes:

Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Transportation
Shopping
Maintaining Appointments
Recreational Activities
Money Management
Socialization
Supervision of self-administered medications

What are the Program Expectations?

The Mental Health Association Enhanced Personal Care Home follows the holistic approach.  Both personal Preference and individual strengths are considered when activities are planned.  The programs strives to treat all residents with dignity and respect.  It adheres to the principles of the Community Support Program (CSP).  The program is fair and deliberate in it's handling of all resident and staff issues and concerns.  It fosters inclusion in both program development and practice.  The program strives to mirror genuine social norms, thus giving consumers a better understanding of how to cope with life outside the EPC.

How long can I stay?

There is no time frame for the length of stay for each resident.  Each client is able to move at their own pace in accomplishing the goals of their individual treatment plan.

 

 

 

How can a client be referred?

Referrals to the program can be made to the Washington County MH/MR Administrative Office.  The MHA Admissions Committee reviews all referrals.  MHA does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, disability or age.

FUNDING

THE EPC IS A PROGRAM OF THE MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY THAT RECEIVES COMMUNITY HOSPITAL INTEGRATION PROJECT FUNDS FROM WASHINGTON COUNTY MH/MR/ PROGRAM.

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