Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics: What it Means in One Rural Setting
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The target audience for these trainings are community service providers and health professionals who would benefit from behavioral health education.
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) are changing the landscape of healthcare across the country. Learn how one CCBHC in rural Northwest Iowa is having a meaningful impact on individuals suffering from substance use disorders through expanding access, increasing provision of evidence-based services, and focused case management services.
- Describe what a CCBHC system of care means and the components that make up the system of care.
- Describe how Seasons prepared to become a CCBHC system in rural, healthcare provider shortage area.
- Identify initial implementation challenges and successes, available services and evidence-based practices, current program outcomes, and the shift from volume-based to value-based care.
Rebecca McCrackin, PsyD
VP of CCBHC, Operations, Seasons Center for Behavioral Health
Dr. McCrackin has a Doctor in Psychology degree in clinical psychology from Capella University. Dr. McCrackin has experience working with children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, oppositional behaviors, and substance use. Additionally, she has experience working with adults with severe and persistent mental illness and substance use. At Seasons Center, she provided outpatient therapy and psychological testing services for children and adults prior to moving into the role of VP of CCBHC Operations.
Kim Scorza, LMSW, MSW
CEO/President, Seasons Center for Behavioral Health
Ms. Scorza has been directly involved in the social work field for over 20 years and is best known for transforming agencies into mission-driven, client-focused, financially sound entities with unlimited opportunities for growth. She has served on numerous boards and committees and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Iowa, School of Social Work, Iowa City, Iowa. She also attended Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts for one-year in their Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program. Kim joined the Seasons leadership team in 2010.
- Nurse: Des Moines University is Iowa Board of Nursing approved provider #112. This live activity has been reviewed and approved for 1.25 continuing education contact hour(s). No partial credit awarded.
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