Strengthen Infrastructure Across MH/SA Programs (Prevention) – Project 4.a.i.i.i
There is a need to strengthen the support and collaboration among leaders, professionals, and community members working across mental health and substance use disorder programs to ensure that meaningful data and information at the local level is shared. Working on quality training improvement, evaluation, evidence-based approaches, and cross-disciplinary collaborations to help grow this relatively new field.
Care Compass Network’s Goals
- Provide educational training to strengthen the infrastructure and encourage collaboration across Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Programs with Primary Care Clinics.
Who is Eligible to Participate in the Project?
Any Hospital, Community-based Organization or Educational Institutions providing mental health and substance use disorder services (any clinic participating in Project 3.a.i – Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health Services is not eligible to participate in this project).
Latest News & Updates
OASAS Approved Screening Instruments – August 2, 2018
NYS OASAS has approved several evidence-based screening instruments for alcohol and substance use disorder. As new screening instruments become available or approved, the website will be updated to give providers the most up-to-date list of evidence-based screening tools. Visit the OASAS website to view the approved list.
Building a Brighter Tomorrow – May 29, 2018
Care Compass Network recently collaborated with Binghamton University School of Social Work to provide SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) training to 17 Master in Social Work students. The training was incorporated into an elective course, “Addictions and Social Work,” and students who completed the […] Read More
Project 4aiii: Building Community Awareness – January 31, 2018
Care Compass Network under Project 4aiii: Strengthening Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder across systems is co-sponsoring the Underage Drinking Prevention Poster contest for all Broome County High School students. Community and school involvement is fundamental in making a true impact on the young people and families within our community. This collaboration between Mirabito Energy Products, Broome County STOP-DWI, Drug Free Communities, Lourdes ADEPT, Binghamton Rumble Ponies, Care Compass Network, and the school districts will create a unified message to community members about the laws regarding serving minors and will build a stronger community by keeping our young people safe.
Suicide Affects Everyone: The Role of the Health Care Professional in Suicide Prevention – December 8, 2017
Suicide is a critical issues across the globe, with 90% of suicide deaths occurring in individuals with a mental health diagnosis. Unfortunately, suicide rates have been climbing over the last several decades, with a 24% increase within the United States over the last 15 years […] Read More
The 5 Stages of Change – November 15, 2017
Breaking the cycle of change begins with a deeper understanding of what the process of change actually looks like. Katherine Schafler, a NYC-based Psychotherapist, explains the 5 stages of changing your behavior; 1. Pre-contemplation, 2. Contemplation, 3. Preparation, 4. Action, and 5. Maintenance. […] Read More
Important Notice – Quarterly Reporting due by October 25th – October 18, 2017
For Partners Contracted to do Project Work: With the first 6 months of DSRIP Year 3 complete, CCN must submit the patient engagement reporting data to the DSRIP Independent Assessor in order to earn performance dollars tied to speed and scale. If you have not submitted your date for April 1st – September 30th 2017, please submit your activity by October 25th. All speed and scale reports or any document (could include a screenshot, email, word document, excel file, etc) that includes PHI should be submitted via the sFTP site. For additional information on the sFTP site, please click here to view the CCN sFTP Guide.
Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Online Training Program – October 4, 2017
The Center for Practice Innovations is offering a FREE online, interactive SBIRT training for healthcare professionals. This 4-hour online training is an evidence-based approach that identifies patients who use alcohol and other drugs at risky levels. The goal of SBIRT is to reduce and prevent related health consequences, disease, accidents and injuries. View the SBIRT training on CCN’s HWapps webpage. Need to create an account? Click here to set up your HWapps account.
National Council for Behavioral Health Educational Videos – September 14, 2017
The National Council for Behavioral Health has produced a series of short, educational videos for the New York State Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program to assist PPS network providers with implementing best practices for integrated care. There are four videos: Brief Intervention, Warm Handoff – Motivational Interviewing, Warm Handoff – Anxiety, and Morning Huddle […] Watch Videos
Care Compass Network Supports Partner Organizations Through IT Funding Opportunities – August 24, 2017
Care Compass Network (CCN) can help support partner organizations through approved IT funding opportunities. Currently, programs are in place to assist partners with new implementations of EMR/EHR systems and to provide funding to accommodate […] Read More
Strengthening Mental Health and Substance Abuse Infrastructure Webinar – June 29, 2017
Project Manager, Bouakham Rosetti and Emily Pape, Director of Population Health provide an understanding of the quality metrics associated with Project 4aiii during DSRIP Year 3 and discuss any project-specific items and changes of the Phase II Appendix C […] Watch Webinar