Our goal is to help you reach yours.
We base our treatment on the goals you set. We ask you about your hopes and dreams then determine the services, support, and/or treatment is necessary to get you there. During the course of services, we check in on your plan to see that you are on the right track. If you decide to change your goal or adjust your treatment – you can. At any time you can request to revisit your service plan.
Our plans cover all the bases, including:
- Individual/Family Plan of Service (IPOS) – What would happen if you were hospitalized? Who would feed your cat? Pay your bills? Be prepared for the “what ifs.”
- Safety Planning – What puts you at risk? How can I avoid dangerous situations? What should I do if I’m at risk? Know what to do to keep yourself and your family safe.
- Integrated Care – Being healthy is both physical and mental. We look at the entire picture to make sure you get quality health care.
How to prepare
To get the most out of your service planning, it is important to be prepared. Here is what you can do:
- Think about who you want at your meeting. Family, friends, advocacy agency, etc.
- When and where would you like your meeting. Pick a time and place you feel comfortable. We will happily come to you.
- Ask yourself: why am I seeking services? What are my goals? What life changes do I want to make?
- Familiarize yourself with our list of services and information about your rights: Guide to Services 20.21/a> and CMHPSM Personal Power 20.21
- Come with the name and contact information of your doctor.
- Disclose any health concerns that may affect treatment.
- Remember: you are in control of your care.
*Children under 18 years of age must have a parent or guardian involved in the planning process.