Mayview Steering Committee
May 10, 2007
Present: Kelly Burda, Tim Casey, Stephen
Absent: Paulette Benegasi, Karen Bennett, Laverne Cichon, Mary Fleming, Darryl Holts, Steve Plyer, Laura Steiner, Valerie Vicari, and Deb Wasilchak
Others Present: Aidan Altenor, Roberta Altenor, Joyce Cochran, David Jones, and Jessica Strong.
Introductions were made and the minutes of the April 20, 2007 meeting were reviewed and approved.
I. Infrastructure Reports:
· The fifth CTT/ACT Team is functioning and continues to accept new referrals
· Discussions are underway to determine feasibility of developing an enhanced case management team
The police-based crisis intervention team has
received two proposals for the development of a
· The enhanced personal care home is targeted to be up and running by June 2007
· Currently the County has two large personal care homes in crisis due to licensing issues. The hearings have been delayed and many residents do not want to move elsewhere.
· The relocation, renovation and expansion of the drop-in is moving forward with a target date of August 2007
· The representative payee program is ready to accept referrals
· Blended case management is progressing toward full conversion
· A residential treatment facility for adults is in the initial planning stage
· The County is working with the housing authority with a goal of enabling consumers to use all other housing supports available within the County
· The current drop-in center will be converted to a 3-bedroom home for temporary housing.
· The crisis stabilization unit will be operational by June 1, 2007
· The CTT/ACT Team has added one new person and continues interviewing for additional staff
· The enhanced personal care home is awaiting a licensing visit with an anticipated start date of June 15, 2007
· An additional personal care home with 12-16 beds is opening; awaiting a licensing visit with a mid-June target date
· They are working to expand the representative payee program
· They have identified funding to add an additional unit in the permanent supportive housing program
· Discussions continue with Value Behavioral Health & providers to develop a community treatment team, mobile mental health treatment and peer-to-peer by June 15, 2007
· The County is developing an educational series to assist consumers and community stakeholders in understanding the recovery philosophy model
· Referrals are being made to the in-home supports through Homemaker Home Health and the program is working well
· Warmline and peer-mentoring training is continuing
· The housing plan is nearly ready for submission
· Two consumers will move into their own apartment with supports
· There are 19 persons on the waiting list
· Seven beds have been closed related to Phase 2
· One consumer was successful in obtaining a State Identification. The hospital is optimistic that by following the same process, all residents will be able to secure an ID
· Some change has occurred in the peer mentors; one left and was replaced by a new person
Hospital administration is continuing regular
II. SSI Project:
There being no further business to discuss the meeting was adjourned.