Adult Mental Health and Recovery Services Branch
The Adult Mental Health and Recovery Services Branch is responsible for oversight of and support to the 14 regional Community Mental Health Centers for the delivery of behavioral health services to adults with serious mental illness.
Branch staff work with the Community Mental Health Centers to provide training and technical assistance regarding the delivery of an array of evidence-based practices that focus on the promotion, treatment, and recovery services and supports for adults.
The branch has selected a group of specific evidence-based programs that comprise the Recovery Oriented System of Care. These programs include:
Program Administrators are directly involved with the implementation of the Interim Settlement Agreement, by which adults with serious mental illness are assisted in transitioning to the community from Personal Care Homes and diverted from institutionalization. They also serve as liaisons for the state psychiatric hospitals to ensure quality of services and continuity of care.
The Adult Mental Health and Recovery Services Branch staff is responsible for the following program areas: