Early Serious Mental Illness Program (ESMI)

Overview

Our ESMI Program is funded by Idaho Department of Health and Welfare designed to provide early intervention services for young people who have recently started experiencing first episode psychosis (FEP).

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Coordinated Specialty Care Program (CSC)

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Informed by research studies funded by the federal government which demonstrated good outcomes for people with FEP

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RA1SE: The “Recovery After an Initial Schizophrenia Episode” initiative seeks to fundamentally alter the trajectory and prognosis of schizophrenia through coordinated and aggressive treatment in the earliest stages of illness.

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Problem Solving

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Social Skills

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Psychiatric Symptoms Management

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Basic Living Skills

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Medication Management

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Anger Management

Eligibility Criteria

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Age: 15 – 30

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Diagnosis: Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Schizophreniform, Psychosis Not Otherwise Specified (NOS), Bipolar I, or Delusional Disorder

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Psychopathology: Symptoms lasting at least one week

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Duration of Illness: Less than 2 years since the first onset of psychotic symptoms

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Idaho State Resident

Services provided in ESMI Program

Provide clinically necessary treatment to individuals who have been referred and accepted to the Idaho STAR program including, but not limited to, the following:

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Assessment services, including annual assessments

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Treatment plans

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Psychoeducation

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Peer Support Services

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Case Coordination

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Crisis Intervention

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Individual therapy

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Crisis Intervention

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Group Therapy

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Medication management services

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Discharge Planning

Coordinated Specialty Care Services includes

Provide clinically necessary treatment to individuals who have been referred and accepted to the Idaho STAR program including, but not limited to, the following:

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Career/Education assessments and profile

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Selection of Education and or Employment and Job Training Goals

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Supported employment and educational services

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Ongoing job coaching and support

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Social and coping skills training

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Behavior change activities

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Strength based case management

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Family consults and monthly education groups

Symptoms may include:

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Unusual thoughts or beliefs that appear strange to the young person or others

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Feeling fearful or suspicious of others

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Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting or feeling things that others do not

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Disorganized, “odd” thinking or behavior

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Strange bodily movements or positions

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Contact Us: TFCIdaho@Pathways.com

 

NOTICE TO PATIENTS

 

Pathways of Idaho does not discriminate in the provision of services to individuals based on their race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, or sexual orientation.

This organization accepts Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, other private insurance, and offers a sliding fee schedule to those who qualify.

This practice serves all patients regardless of ability to pay.

Discounts for essential services are offered depending upon family size and income.

You may apply for a discount at the front desk. Thank you.

 

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AVISO PARA PACIENTES

 

Pathways of Idaho no discrimina en la proveer de servicios a personas basado en su raza, color, sexo, origen nacional, discapacidad, religion o orientación sexual.

Aceptamos Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, seguro privado, y tasas de descuento. Esta práctica sirve a todos los pacientes, independientemente de la habilidad de pago.

 

Descuentos para los servicios esenciales son ofrecidos dependiendo de tamaño de la familia y del los ingresos.

 

Pacientes pueden aplicar para servicios médicos con la recepcionista en la clínica. Gracias