RAPID
RESOURCE
FOR FAMILIES
Intensive Alternative Family
Treatment®
HISTORICAL
VIEW
*2009 Database for TFC referrals
*2011 beginnings of Intensive Alternative Family
Treatment®
*Future opportunities
(recruitment, IAFT® parent training, kinship care,
data tracking, national presenters, transitioning )
THE
CHILDREN WE
SERVE
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25 plus presenting problems
3 or more Axis I diagnoses
Exiting a PRTF (step down)
As a prevention to entering a PRTF
Step down from hospitalization
Required
Elements
• Rapid Resource for Families Oversight.
• Measures at designated intervals (Outcome Evaluation tools are inclusive
of: Calocus, CGAS, NC Topps, Roles, and additional tools identified in the
training manual)
• 1 child per family
• Case load of 8 - 10
• Daily Contact (minimum of 5 times a week with data for all 7 days
recorded)
• Weekly face to face contact IAFT parents and staff
• Weekly face to face between IAFT staff and supervisors
• 24/4 crisis support
• Psychiatric Oversight at a minimum of 30 day intervals
• Proactive, consistent, teaching oriented behavioral intervention system
• Weekly documentation inclusive of efforts for parental engagement in
IAFT®
• Access to specialized therapeutic services designed for individual children
and their support systems
• Respite available 2 days a month for IAFT® parents
• Integration of Model Fidelity (TF, Pressley Ridge, Together Facing the
Challenge, Multidimensional )
IAFT2013 Property of Rapid Resource for Families
MCO
SUPPORTS
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Cardinal
Alliance
Smoky
Eastpointe
Coastal
East Carolina Behavioral Health
Partners
Centerpoint
Sandhills (in process)
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Quarterly reports
Consultation
Training
Collaboration on new services and
implementation
PROVIDER
NETWORK
MEMBERS
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Alexander Youth Network
Bair Foundation
Barium Springs
Carolina Choice
Easter Seals UCP
Integrated Family Services
Kids Peace
Lutheran Services of the Carolinas
Turning Point Family Services
MEMBERSHIP
• Recommendation from the MCO based
on capacity needs
• Application and review
• RRFF Board recommendation
• Contract and financial commitment
(maintain a capacity of 6 consumers per
quarter after a building time frame of 6
quarters)
DELIVERABLES
FROM RRFF
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Trainings (6 formal)
Monthly webinars
Consultation
Quarterly file reviews
Quarterly reports on agency
performance
WHERE WE
ARE HEADED
• Currently working with DMA, DMH, 3
MCOs, 3 PRTFs, 4 provider agencies to
develop a best practice model for
transitioning children from more
restrictive settings (Planned pilot).
• Kinship care---New Orleans
• Recruitment events (held in various
catchments---presently ECBH and
providers in that catchment)
• Invitations from other States
• Expanding capacity (our greatest need)
CONTACTS
Phyllis Stephenson, MPA, CEO
[email protected]
336-263-7491
Danny Nolen, MA Director Program Operations
[email protected]
704-516-4870
Ben Riesser, MPA Data Analyst,
[email protected]
704-999-1325
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