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The purpose of the health home consumer education initiative is to raise consumer awareness of the new health home service for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness. ODMH is committed to inclusion and education of consumers in the implementation of the health home initiative. The development and implementation of educational strategies and materials about the health home service will enable and empower consumers to make informed decisions and maximize their participation in this new initiative.
|Jack Cameron, Executive Director|
The Ohio Empowerment Coaliation, Inc.
Phone:(614)310-8054 extension 155
|The Ohio Empowerment Coalition, Inc.|
6797N. High Street, Suite 238
Columbus, Ohio 43085
The purpose of the health home family education initiative is to raise family and public awareness of the new health home service for individuals with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness. ODMH is committed to inclusion and education of families and the public in the implementation of the health home initiative as their family members and friends with SPMI are potential participants in and recipients of the health home service. The development and implementation of educational strategies and materials about the health home service will enable and empower families and guardians to make informed decisions, better support and advocate on behalf of their family members with SPMI and maximize their participation in this new initiative.
|Betsy Johnson, Assoc. Executive Director|
National Alliance on Mental Illness Ohio
Phone: (614) 224-2700
|National Alliance on Mental Illness Ohio|
1225 Dublin Road, Suite 125
Columbus, Ohio 43215
The Ohio Department of Mental Health (ODMH) is launching Technical Assistance and Training Initiatives to promote and support adoption of integrated health care and health home service delivery models for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness. In this endeavor, ODMH is focused on assembling a cadre of nationally recognized experts, consultants and trainers to deliver Technical Assistance and Training to community behavioral health centers who are interested in transforming their organizations through implementation of the integrated health care and health home service models.
The "Health Home Supplemental Application" is temporarily unavailable. ODMH is utilizing lessons learned from Phase I implementation to develop a revised health home application that will better support provider's successful development and delivery of health home service. Please check back soon for the revised application.
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