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DIMENSION 3: EMOTIONAL, BEHAVIORAL, OR COGNITIVE CONDITIONS

AND COMPLICATIONS

PROCEED TO NEXT DIMENSION IF (A) OR (B):

a. No indication of co-occurring mental health disorders; OR

b. Emotional, behavioral, or cognitive problems are very mild and do not require assessment,    services, monitoring, or management.

LEVEL 0.5 – EARLY INTERVENTION

Status characterized by:

Emotional, behavioral, or cognitive conditions/complications if any, are being addressed through appropriate mental health services and do not interfere with therapeutic interventions.

LEVEL I –OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Status characterized by either (a) or (b) and both (c) and (d):

a.

No symptoms of a co-occurring mental disorder; OR

b.

Psychiatric symptoms are mild and mostly stable;

AND

c.

Mental status does not preclude ability to both:

1.

Understand the materials presented; AND

          2.    Participate in the treatment planning and treatment process

AND

d.

Poses no risk of harming self or others nor vulnerability to victimization by others.

LEVEL I-Dual Diagnosis Enhanced

Status characterized by either (a) or (b) and both (c) and (d):

a.

The patient has a severe and persistent mental disorder; other motional, behavioral, or cognitive problems or a substance-induced disorder; or

b.

Although residing in a  Level III.1 facility, a severe and persistent mental illness impairs ability to follow through with mental health appointments or medication, without Level I services to augment the treatment plan;

AND

c.

Mental functioning impairs ability to both:

a)

Understand the materials presented; AND

b)

Participate in the treatment planning and treatment process AND

d.

Assessed as not posing risk of harming self or others nor vulnerability to victimization by others.

LEVEL II.1 – INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT

Status characterized by either (a) or (b) or (c):

a)

The patient’s abuse pf family members or significant others can be controlled through professional contact exceeding 8 hours per week; OR

b)

An emotional, behavioral or cognitive disorder requires intensive outpatient monitoring to minimize distractions from his or her treatment or recovery; OR

c)

Although residing in a Level III.1 facility, a severe and persistent mental illness impairs ability to follow through with mental health appointments or medication, without intensive outpatient services to augment the treatment plan.

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