Mental Health. Central Australia Mental Health Services will deliver mental health services to the Central Australia Health Service (CAHS) catchment population. CAHS will also receive some agreed mental health services from the Top End Health Service, including Forensic Mental Health Services (FMHS).Mental Health is a specialist clinical service and will provide a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment and therapeutic intervention for people experiencing a mental illness or mental health problem in Central Australia. This will include assessment, treatment and clinical interventions to consumers of all ages presenting with moderate to severe disability associated with mental illness or mental health problems in urban and remote communities.Priority access to services will be determined in accordance with clinical need, following a comprehensive assessment that includes assessment of risk. Inpatient and outpatient services will have a recovery focus with an emphasis on rehabilitation and relapse prevention. Mental Health will actively promote shared care planning and interagency collaboration in provision of its services.A team of Consultant Psychiatrists and Registrars will undertake clinical assessment, provide diagnosis and offer psychiatric and medical advice through the Outpatient Clinic for patients referred from Primary care and General Practitioners.The multi-disciplinary team based in Tennant Creek will support clients in the Barkly area.Principles from the Department’s Cultural Security agenda are in operation in Mental Health. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and individuals from other cultures will present with symptoms that are the result of, or behaviours which are mediated by, cultural factors. Consequently:• in cases involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Aboriginal Mental Health Workers will contribute to the assessment process to determine a suitable service and culturally appropriate response• in the case of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people, Mental Health staff will ensure the involvement of appropriate cultural brokers to enhance assessment• where language issues may influence interactions and assessments, accredited interpreters will be used.Community Mental Health ServicesComprehensive age-appropriate assessment, treatment, consultation liaison and case management services in the community will be provided to catchment population within CAHS. Outreach services to remote communities will be provided ac...
Mental Health. The parties mutually acknowledge the importance of mental health for employees. Carleton University strives to create an environment of tolerance and understanding for all employees. Matters of concern related to mental health of employees shall be discussed at the Joint Consultation Committee. The Joint Health and Safety Committee shall be a resource for these discussions. ARTICLE 18: EVALUATION AND EMPLOYEE FILES
Mental Health. The parties recognize the importance of supporting and promoting a psychologically healthy workplace and as such will adhere to all applicable statues, policy, guidelines and regulations pertaining to the promotion of mental health.The Employer agrees to adopt standards in the promotion of a psychologically healthy workplace.The Employer will support the provision of education and training in mental health first aid for the Occupational Health and Safety Representatives including members of the Joint Labour Management Committee. This course shall be provided at the Employer's expense. The Employer will ensure that all participants are given leave to attend with full pay and benefits and without loss of seniority.Immediate critical incident stress debriefing and post traumatic counselling shall be made available for employees who have suffered as a result. Leave required to attend such debriefing or counselling sessions will be without loss of pay or benefits. The cost associated with the provisions of the sub-clause will not exceed an annual total of four thousand dollars ($4000).
Mental Health. All Employees will receive access to the University Counseling and Psychological Services (“CAPS”) program and to the University’s Employee Assistance Program (“EAP”), and to all of the benefits those programs provide (as adjusted from time to time), so long as those programs continue to be offered.
Mental Health. A mental health assessment and/or continuing psychological therapy may be required. If I am currently involved in mental health therapy, or if I enter such therapy, I will authorize my mental health practitioner to exchange unrestricted information regarding my condition and treatment with the healthcare providers of A.A. Pain Clinic, Inc.
Mental Health. The Mental Health Department provides an evening and weekend coverage program for community support to law enforcement agencies. Existing CSEA staff members provide this service on a rotating basis. Each employee approved, trained and volunteering for this “after hours” coverage will be paid $250.00 per week for the coverage period regardless of number of calls or case management activities.
Mental Health. The parties recognize the importance of supporting and promoting a psychologically healthy workplace and as such will adhere to all applicable statues, policy, guidelines and regulations pertaining to thepromotion of mental health. The Employer will support the provision of education and training in Mental Health First aid for the health and safety representatives including stewards and members of the join labour management committee. The course will be provided at the Employer's expense and participants shall be given leave to attend with full pay, benefits and without loss of seniority.In keeping with this objective, the Employer agrees to support a joint working committee to adopt and implement the Canadian Standard CAN/CSA-Z1003-13. The working committee will undertake required analysis and develop a plan for implementation of the standard, starting on September 1, 2019. It is the expectation that, when creating this plan, the Employer will consult extensively with the Union.
Mental Health. Contractor shall provide outpatient mental health services within the Primary Care Provider’s scope of practice. Contractor shall provide assistance to Members needing Specialty Mental Health Services by referring such Members, whose mental health diagnosis is covered by the local Medi-Cal mental health plan (MHP) or whose diagnosis is uncertain, to the local Medi-Cal mental health plan, if operational. If the Medi-Cal mental health plan is not operational or if the Member’s diagnosis is not covered by the local Medi-Cal mental health plan, Contractor shall refer such Members to an appropriate Fee-For-Service Medi-Cal Mental Health Provider accepting Medi-Cal patients, if known to Contractor, or shall refer to the County Mental Health Department or other community resources that may be able to assist the Member to locate mental health services, including, but not limited to local CHDP program, regional centers for the developmentally disabled, and provider referral services. .1 Contractor shall provide Medical Case Management and cover and pay for all Medically Necessary Covered Services for the Member including services listed below, and coordinate services with the Specialty Mental Health Provider: