Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR)
Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR) is a program developed from a collaborative effort between the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, the Children’s Services Division of Hamilton County Job and Family Services (HCJFS), and Central Clinic Behavioral Health. FAIR is responsible for assessment, referral for services, and care management of the behavioral health needs of children and family members who are involved with Children’s Services. FAIR provides an entry to mental health and/or alcohol and drug services, and also monitors the service to ensure the child welfare goals of safety, permanence, and well-being are incorporated into treatment.
HOPE for Children and Families (HOPE) is a program of Mental Health Access Point. HOPE is a multi-system collaboration between the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board (HCMHRSB), Hamilton County Job and Family Services (HCJFS), Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS) and Hamilton County Juvenile Court. The primary functions of HOPE include intensive care coordination, referrals and connection to community services, consultation with multiple system partners, and assessment for non-traditional services that may be beneficial to the success of the youth enrolled. Hamilton Country residents under the age of 18 who are involved in two or more of these systems may be eligible for HOPE.
Keys to Health
The Keys to Health program provides care coordination for adults who are coping with a severe mental illness along with chronic health issues. Participants often have experienced a pattern of repeat inpatient hospitalizations. Keys to Health works to supplement mental health case management services to assist in the stabilization of both mental health and physical health issues. Participants may receive assessments, medication management, symptom monitoring, care planning, care coordination, and connection to needed services. Patient education is a part of the process. Hamilton Country residents who are 18 years of age or older who have a diagnosed mental health and chronic physical health issue may qualify to be enrolled in this program.