staff at telecare’s los angeles hop 7 program prepare for their morning meeting. The team’s collaborative approach is featured in an upcoming training video from the los angeles department of mental health.
rachel schwartz, administrator of Telecare’s la hop 7, homes, and kaiser downey.
Telecare’s Los Angeles HOP 7 and Helping Our Members Establish Success (HOMES) programs in Bellflower, California, are featured in a recent training video created by the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health (DMH). The video is part of the LA DMH Full Service Partnership (FSP) Transformation Project, which was created to set standards for what they would like to see in an FSP team and help providers get back on track with the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model. Going forward as they develop contracts, every FSP provider in the county will be mandated to watch the video.
This training video features two FSP teams in LA County and includes an interview with Rachel Schwartz, Administrator of LA HOP 7, HOMES, and Kaiser Downey. Rachel walks through the many aspects of the morning meeting and how that helps bring the team together and game plan for the day. The video captures the big and little things that make the team successful as well as what outstanding teamwork looks like.
The developer is kindly permitting Telecare to share a draft of the video. You can watch it by clicking the link to Vimeo below and entering the password.
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Vimeo Link: https://vimeo.com/354225553