A specialized approach that coordinates care across services and providers for better person-centered outcomes.
The Continuum of Collaborative Care provides effective and specialized treatment options for individuals with co-occurring mental health needs and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), Brain Injuries, and/or Autism.
Our specialized therapeutic approaches meet the unique needs of our clients and allow for positive person-centered outcomes. We provide office-based and telehealth services, as well as outreach that brings clinical supports and assessment to an individual’s residence, day services, area agency and other support locations.
Created in partnership with Center for Life Management (CLM) and Community Crossroads, the Continuum of Collaborative Care emphasizes the strengths in the work done by Area Agencies and Community Mental Health Centers to create cohesive client centered teams and outcomes. The Continuum of Collaborative Care provides interagency collaboration with our community partners to bring an individual’s team together with effectiveness and efficiency. For those in the Continuum of Collaborative Care Program, it is the expectation of care that all community agencies act as one multidisciplinary team. Our understanding of the needs of those we support also allows us to make and accept referrals to ensure an individual’s unique needs are attended to from a whole-person approach.
About Our Collaborative Services, Treatment Planning, and Assessment
Understanding dual diagnosis is important to overall wellness and impacts all areas of a person’s life. Our collaborative approach is at the core of our proactive and preventative multidisciplinary model. We focus on continuity of care, beginning at intake by collecting and reviewing documents and assessments for supporting agencies, past and present. Assessments and collaborative treatment planning are utilized to promote person-centered and consumer-driven outcomes. All individuals are assessed for appropriate services and supported when referrals are indicated to meet their unique
For more information regarding Continuum of Collaborative Care referrals as well as professional training opportunities, please email CCC@clmnh.org.
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Ready to make an appointment?
We’re here to help. Please call (603) 434-1577, option 2 between 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. weekdays to reach our Access to Care department. You’ll speak with one of our friendly Access to Care Specialists who will gather information to determine how to best address your concerns.
Please call our main office to schedule appointments.