Mobile Crisis Response Crisis Safety Plan

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Mobile Crisis ResponseCrisis Safety PlanExplanation. The Crisis Safety Plan is one of the tools used during a Mobile Crisis Response to assist individuals and families (orother identified support systems) in identifying issues, behaviors, and patterns that can lead to crisis. In addition to any otherclinical activities performed, your provider is expected to introduce the Crisis Safety Plan to you and your family/support system,explain its sections and answer any questions you may have. Your provider will guide you and your family/support system tobuild a plan that is customized and useful to you.At the time of crisis, your provider should be reviewing and assisting you in the completion of the Crisis Safety Plan.As a follow up to your crisis screening, your provider should be reviewing the Crisis Safety Plan on a regular basis with you andyour family/support system.If someone is in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1.

Mobile Crisis Response – Crisis Safety PlanCARES Line: 1-800-345-9049Mobile Crisis Response Provider:Therapist/ Counselor:Primary Care Physician:Psychiatric Resource:Crisis SupportsName:Medication ListMedication:Follow-Up Information:Name/Agency:Relationship:Phone Number:Prescriber:Notes:Purpose:Follow-Up Date and Time:Follow-Up Type:2Version 1-October 2019

Mobile Crisis Response – Crisis Safety PlanCrisis IdentificationCrisis: Crisis is a series of actions or behaviors that, when taken in environmental and situational context, result in an increased riskof harm to one self or others. To safely plan for crisis, first we must be able to identify crisis. Each person involved in this plan shouldanswer the questions below.*Headings below that are italicized should be written using the client’s / family’s language.1.Warning Signs and Problem Behaviors. Describe the crisis from the perspective of each person involved.2.Needs. What do I need when I am in crisis?2a. Behavioral/Emotional NeedsClient Behavioral/Emotional Needs at time of Crisis (IM-CAT)0 1 2 3DepressionAnxietyAdjustment to Trauma0-6 Atypical/Repetitive Behavior0-6 Emotional Control 0 1 2 30-6 Failure to Thrive0-21 Attachment Difficulty3-18 Oppositional3 Anger Control/Frustration Toler. 0 1 2 33 impulsivity/Hyperactivity6 Conduct/Antisocial Behavior6 Psychosis (Thought Disorder)6 Substance Use IM-CAT Supporting Information:2b. Functioning NeedsClient Functioning Needs at Time of Crisis (IM-CAT)0 1 2 3Living SituationFamily FunctioningSocial FunctioningDevelopmental/Intellectual 0 1 2 3Medication Compliance1 Sleep0-6 Feeding/Elimination 0 1 2 30-21 School/Preschool/Daycare16 Parental/Caregiving Role21 Employment IM-CAT Supporting Information:3Version 1-October 2019

Mobile Crisis Response – Crisis Safety Plan3.Risks.What risks exist in the environment- pre-existing or as a result of the crisis?3a. Risk BehaviorsClient Behavioral Risk at Time of Crisis (IM-CAT)0 1 2 30-6 Self Harm1-6 Aggressive behavior3-6 Flight Risk3 Suicide Risk3 Decision-Making 0 1 2 33 Intentional Misbehavior6-21 Runaway6 Sexually Problematic Behavior6 Fire Setting6 Danger to Others 0 1 2 36 Other Self-Harm (Recklessness)6 Non-Suicidal Self-Injurious Behavior6 Delinquent/Criminal Behavior6 Community Safety IM-CAT Supporting Information:4.Cool Downs and Coping Strategies. What can we do to avoid the crisis?5. Help. Who can I call/ask for help? Do you prefer formal or informal supports? Or both? (Hint: Put these people and their phone numbers on Pg 2)5a. Caregiver Resources & Needs If client has individual(s) who function in a caregiver role, rate the needs of the caregiver(s) (IM-CAT)0 1 2 3SupervisionInvolvement with CareSocial ResourcesProtection:Safety 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3Caregiver Residential StabilityHealth/Behavioral Health 0 1 2 3Family Stress0-21: Empathy with Children 0 1 2 3Marital Partner Violence in the Home IM-CAT Supporting Information:4Version 1-October 2019

Mobile Crisis Response – Crisis Safety Plan6. Strengths. What strengths and resources can I use to manage crisis better in the future?7. Things of Importance. Things that are important to me / family / my support resources.8. Service Preferences. What has worked in the past? What has not worked? How can we learn from that past to help with your plan?Building a Crisis Safety PlanCrisis can be a result of repeated behaviors and recurrent responses. In order to build a crisis safety plan that best matches with the‘crisis we know’ and what is useful to you, we need to consider your unique needs and resources and work on common goals andthen actions to help achieve these goals. Consider all support systems and local community resources identified above whenbuilding the plan.All goals and action steps should be stated in client/family language.IM-CAT Item(s):GOAL OF THE PLAN 1:Action: During a crisis, each person should do the following.Action1a.Action1b.Action1c.All goals and action steps should be stated in client/family language.IM-CAT Item(s):GOAL OF THE PLAN 2:Action: During a crisis, each person should do the following.Action2a.Action2b.Action2c.5Version 1-October 2019

Mobile Crisis Response – Crisis Safety PlanExplanation and AttestationHFS NOTICE: This form must be signed by all parties and included in the client’s clinical record as a receipt of service delivery.Explanation. The Crisis Safety Planning Workbook is one of the tools used during a crisis episode to assist individuals and families inidentifying issues, behaviors, and patterns that can lead to crisis. In addition to any other clinical activities performed, your provider isexpected to introduce the Crisis Safety Planning Workbook to you and your family, explain its sections and answer any questions youmay have.At the time of crisis, your provider should be reviewing and assisting you in the completion of the Crisis Safety Plan.As a follow up to your crisis screening, your provider should be reviewing the Crisis Safety Plan on a regular basis with you and yourfamily/support system.Provider AttestationI hereby attest to having introduced the Family Crisis Safety Planning Workbook, explained its purpose, answered all questions at thetime of introduction, assisted in completing the inside cover (quick contacts) and Crisis Safety Plan. I further attest that I have explainedthe importance of the family continuing to work on this material in the days to follow and that I have explained that future clinicalepisodes will include reviewing and updating these materials as needed.ProviderWorker Name (Print)Worker SignatureDateVerification of Family InvolvementI/We have received the Crisis Safety Plan. It has been explained to us by the worker named above and he/she has assisted us incompleting the Plan. Additionally, the worker has answered my/our questions to my/our satisfaction.Individual (Print)*Individual Signature*Date*Youth signature optional, based upon clinical judgement at time of crisis episodeParent/Guardian (Print)Parent/Guardian SignatureDateParent/Guardian (Print)Parent/Guardian SignatureDate6Version 1-October 2019

Mobile Crisis Response – Crisis Safety Plan 3 Version 1-October 2019 Crisis Identification Crisis: Crisis is a series of actions or behaviors that, when taken in environmental and situational context, result in an

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