Survey Request regarding Study of Access Behavioral Health Services for Children and Families involved in Child Welfare

In collaboration with the Department of Human Services (CDHS) and the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF), Public Consulting Group (PCG) is conducting a survey to gather feedback regarding the access to services for at-risk children and families. Over the month of June, a collaborative team has hosted on-site visits with County Departments, Behavioral Health Organizations, Regional Care Coordination Organizations, Community Mental Health Centers and other providers, and other interested participants to help us identify and address the barriers in accessing behavioral health treatment and the quality of services needed to address mental/behavioral health, developmental disabilities, and other Medicaid services. To ensure that all relevant stakeholders have an opportunity to provide us with any remaining input, we are also conducting this survey, which will be incorporated into a report that PCG will produced by early July. Please use the link below to access and complete this survey.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QHI_Services_Access_Survey

 

Please complete this survey at your earliest convenience, and share with relevant partners (service providers, Community Mental Health Centers, Behavioral Health Organizations, Community Centered Boards, Local Public Health etc.). The survey will be open until Friday, June 26 at 5 PM. Thank you so much for your consideration and we look forward to presenting the results and upcoming report.

 

Additionally,

 

PCG will be hosting a call for families or caregivers to provide input on their experiences accessing services for behavioral health.

 

Thursday at 6 PM (Mountain time)

 

Please use the call-in information listed below, and let us know if there are any questions.

Number – 1.888.866.0650

Passcode – 0121919

 

All information obtained in the call with PCG will be kept confidential and no names or identifying information will be provided to HCPF or CDHS. 

 

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