WHO IS ACCREDITED?

Private Organization Accreditation

One Hope United offers a range of services aimed at our mission of "Protecting children and strengthening families" including early childhood education, early intervention and prevention, family preservation, foster care, residential, and adoption.
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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONIAL

Judy Kay, LCSW

Volunteer Roles: Peer Reviewer; Team Leader

In administration for 22 of 24 years at Child Saving Institute, a COA-accredited not-for-profit child welfare agency in Omaha, Nebraska. Retired approximately two years ago, I moved to Tucson, Arizona, where I advocate for children's rights as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer to three young children.
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Purpose

Adults with serious and persistent mental illness who participate in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency and recovery through gains in personal empowerment, hopefulness, and competency.

PA-PSR 4: Rehabilitation Plan

Each person participates in the development and ongoing review of a rehabilitation plan that supports:

  1. the attainment of agreed upon goals;
  2. improvement in the person’s quality of life and ability to manage within the community; and
  3. development of desired skills.

Interpretation: If the person is receiving services from any other of the agency’s programs, the rehabilitation plan may be part of the overall service plan.

Table of Evidence

Self-Study Evidence On-Site Evidence On-Site Activities
    • Rehabilitation planning procedures
    • Documentation of case review
    • Interview:
      1. Clinical or program director
      2. Relevant personnel
      3. Individuals or families served
    • Review case records

  • PA-PSR 4.01

    The rehabilitation plan is :

    1. ?based on the strengths and needs identified in the assessment;
    2. developed in a timely manner with the full participation of the service recipient and their family, as appropriate; and
    3. expedited when crisis or urgent need is identified.

    Update:

    • Revised Standard - 02/07/18

    Interpretation: Rehabilitation planning is conducted so that the service recipient retains as much personal responsibility and self-determination as possible and desired. Individuals with limited ability in making independent choices receive help with making or learning to make decisions.

    Interpretation: Family members should always be included in the service planning when appropriate, as determined by the service recipient. If the service recipient determines that it is not appropriate, it should be documented as such.


  • PA-PSR 4.02

    A family-centered rehabilitation plan is developed with the participation of the service recipient’s family and/or significant others when agreed to by the person.


  • PA-PSR 4.03

    The service recipient, family members as appropriate, and personnel collaboratively develop a written, individualized rehabilitation plan that is based on the assessment and supports:

    1. attainment of service goals;
    2. improvement in the person’s quality of life and ability to manage within the community; and
    3. development of desired skills.

  • PA-PSR 4.04

    The rehabilitation plan, includes:

    1. agreed upon goals, desired outcomes, and timeframes for achieving them;
    2. services and supports to be provided, and by whom; and
    3. the service recipient’s signature.

  • PA-PSR 4.05

    During service planning the agency explains:

    1. available options; and
    2. the benefits, alternatives, and consequences of planned services.


  • PA-PSR 4.06

    The rehabilitation plan addresses, as appropriate:

    1. services provided by other programs and/or providers;
    2. unmet service and support needs;
    3. psychological and emotional needs;
    4. vocational goals;
    5. cultural interests;
    6. possibilities for maintaining and strengthening family relationships;
    7. development of life skills, including preparation to work or continuation of schooling; and
    8. the need for support of the service recipient’s informal social network.

    Update:

    • Revised Standard - 02/07/18

    Interpretation: Experiences with family rejection and capacity for increasing family acceptanace and support are a part of the assessment for family relationships. It also includes culturally appropriate education and guidances to help service recipients identifying as part of the LGBT community to decrease family rejection and increase family support.


  • PA-PSR 4.07

    The worker and a supervisor, or a clinical, service, or peer team, review the rehabilitation plan quarterly to assess:

    1. service plan implementation;
    2. progress toward achieving service goals and desired outcomes; and
    3. the continuing appropriateness of the service goals.

    Update:

    • Revised Standard - 02/07/18

    Interpretation: Experienced workers may conduct reviews of their own cases. In such cases, the worker’s supervisor reviews a sample of the worker’s evaluations as per the requirements of the standard. Timeframes for review should be adjusted depending upon: issues and needs of persons receiving service and frequency and intensity of services provided.


  • PA-PSR 4.08

    The worker and service recipient regularly review progress toward achievement of agreed upon goals and sign revisions to service goals and plans.


  • PA-PSR 4.09

    Family members and significant others, as appropriate, and with the consent of the service recipient are advised of ongoing progress and invited to participate in case conferences.

    Interpretation: The agency facilitates the participation of family and significant others by, for example, helping arrange transportation, or including them in scheduling decisions.

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