Our work involves assisting with technical and administrative issues affecting program development, using rules and regulations governing licensure and policy analysis, program standards, and implementation of new initiatives. We perform reviews of programs and make recommendations for improvements and modifications as necessary. The team is responsible for program assessment functions, including gathering and analyzing data in support of a specific program and monitoring compliance with state and federal regulations. We coordinate functions with other state agencies, providers of services, and stakeholders, including various commissions, advisory councils and planning groups to obtain and provide information as necessary, and to enhance the provision of services within the state.
Mental Health Services - Residential Care Homes - Heritage Care
Priory Adult Care formerly Craegmoor and Amore Care provides a range of residential and community based support services for individuals with mental health conditions in safe, therapeutic and structured environments. We provide support for some people with mental health problems in their own homes, whilst others require specialised residential support to enable them to recover and develop. Designing specialist support to suit a person's unique requirements is key to our services, with a focus on recovery, social inclusion, enablement and personal development. We recognise that mental health conditions affect everyone in very different ways, so to meet this challenge, we have a range of services designed to meet a variety of needs including:.
The breadth and depth of our integrated network means that you get the support that suits your particular need. Approximately 1. Mental health is still something of a taboo subject, yet at any one time, one in six people in the UK has a common mental health problem such as an anxiety disorder or depression, whilst one in has a severe mental illness, such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.
There are many different types of homes or facilities where a person can live and get care services in a residential setting. One important consideration is whether the person will be using state funds Medicaid to pay for care. If state funds will be used, the home or facility must be licensed by Washington State and accept Medicaid payment for residents.