The Renfrew Country Mental Health and Addictions Coordinated Concurrent Care Pilot Releases Evaluation Report and Process Map

The Renfrew Country Mental Health and Addictions Coordinated Concurrent Care Pilot Releases Evaluation Report and Process Map

The Renfrew Mental Health and Addiction services, with support from Champlain Pathways to Better Care, collaborated to develop a baseline understanding of the number of individual clients who are accessing both mental health and addictions services in Renfrew County.

This work included the implementation of a formalized coordinated process for concurrent clients in order to achieve better coordination of services that will ultimately lead to improved outcomes for these individuals

Clients and families, front-line staff, administrators, and others collaboratively developed:

  • Baseline data profile
  • Agreement on concurrent disorder identification
  • Current and desired future state processes
  • Single Collaborative Care Initiation Sheet for all 5 organizations
  • Clarity regarding care coordination flow between organizations and sectors
  • Collaborative care plan template; client-centred appointments.
  • Joint clinical training
  • Weekly Community of Practice calls

Read the Evaluation Report and see the Renfrew County Common Concurrent Disorder (CD) Client Process Map – Desired Future State.