5-1 Short Paper: Creation of Measurable Outcomes in Co-Occurring Disorders

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Find a newspaper article about a person (such as a politician, athlete, musician, or movie star) whose ethnicity and/or cultural background differs from your own, who has had an encounter with a system (such as criminal justice, welfare, unemployment, psychiatric, child welfare services, or the like), and who also has a co-occurring disorder (such as substance abuse).

Choose a theoretical approach that you would use to guide your work with this person, and create a chart similar to the intervention grid shown on page 93 of the text to determine some of the psychological, organizational, community, and political structures that could be impacting this person.

For this assignment, in addition to the intervention grid, you are required to write a short paper that provides:

  1. Your analysis or evaluation of that person's social, emotional, developmental, and economic needs (also include the article link)
  2. Trauma-informed goals (at least one behavioral and one that is service-focused)
  3. Specific, measurable milestones of each goal
  4. Method(s) of measuring services provided

HSE 410 Module Five Short Paper Rubric Overview: When case managers work with clients, a best practice is to collaborate with the client to formulate concrete and measurable goals. Case managers need to develop their goal-writing skills so they can assist the client in creating meaningful and measurable goals, and to ensure that appropriate monitoring is also included in the goal plan. Prompt: Find a newspaper article about a person (such as a politician, athlete, musician, or movie star) whose ethnicity and/or cultural background differs from your own, who has had an encounter with a system (such as criminal justice, welfare, unemployment, psychiatric, child welfare services, or the like), who also has a co-occurring disorder (such as substance abuse). Choose a theoretical approach that you would use to guide your work with this person, and create a chart similar to the intervention grid shown on page 93 of the text to determine some of the psychological, organizational, community, and political structures that could be impacting this person. The evaluation portion of this assignment should include information from the intervention grid you developed to determine some of the psychological, organizational, community, and political structures that could be impacting this person. The care plan portion of this assignment should be written in outline format similar to a real-world care plan and include the topic areas of: trauma-informed goals, measurable milestones, and method of measuring services provided. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed in your evaluation and care plan: • • • • • Analysis or evaluation of the person’s social, emotional, developmental, and economic needs identified in the linked article Describes a behavioral-focused goal that is trauma-informed and demonstrates the relationship between the goal and the person identified in the linked article Describes a service-focused goal that is trauma-informed and demonstrates the relationship between the goal and the person identified in the linked article Describes specific measurable milestones for each goal including a description and method of how services provided will be measured Recommends a method of measuring services for each goal Guidelines for Submission: Your intervention grid, evaluation, and care plan must be submitted in a single Microsoft Word document. The evaluation should be written in standard APA format and the care plan portion (including the topic areas of trauma-informed goals, measurable milestones and method of measuring services provided) should be written in outline format similar to a real-world care plan, with 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and sources cited in APA format. Critical Elements Intervention Grid Exemplary Meets “Proficient” criteria and includes relevant research to support the evidence-based interventions (100%) Analysis of Needs Accurately describes the social, emotional, developmental, and economic needs of the person identified in the linked article. Link to article is included (100%) Behavioral-and Service Focused Goal Meets “Proficient” criteria and goal is substantiated by scholarly evidence and resources (100%) Milestones Meets “Proficient” criteria and the specific measurable milestones for each traumainformed goal and its measurement is substantiated by scholarly evidence and resources (100%) Meets “Proficient” criteria and includes scholarly evidence and resources to support the method of measuring services recommended (100%) Method of Measuring Services Rubric Proficient Intervention grid identifies accurate evidence-based psychological, organizational, communication, and/or political structures that may be impacting the person selected (85%) Accurately describes a behavioral-focused and servicefocused goal that is traumainformed and clearly demonstrates the relationship between the goal and the person identified in analysis of need (85%) Describes specific, measurable milestones for each goal, including a description and method of how services provided will be measured (85%) Recommends an appropriate method of measuring services for each goal (85%) Needs Improvement Intervention grid identifies interventions, but they are culturally inappropriate for the person selected or are inappropriate for the identified goals (55%) Attempts to describe the areas of need: social, emotional, developmental, and economic, but description is incorrect or incomplete. Link to article of the identified person is included (55%) Describes one behavioral-focused goal but goal is not traumainformed and/or the relationship between the goal and person identified in the analysis of need is not evident (55%) Not Evident No intervention grid created (0%) Value 25 Does not describe three of the areas of need or does not provide a link to the article of the identified person (0%) 10 Does not describe a behavioralfocused or service-focused goal (0%) 10 Describes measurable milestones for each trauma-informed goal, but details of the milestones are non-specific or not accurate (55%) Does not include measurable milestones for each traumainformed goal (0%) 20 Includes description of how services will be measured, but description lacks details or methods recommended are not appropriate (55%) Does not recommend a method of measuring services for each goal (0%) 25 Articulation of Response Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read format (100%) Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization. Evaluation portion of the paper is written in standard APA format and the case plan portion is written in outline format (85%) Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas. The evaluation portion of the paper is not written in standard APA format or the case plan portion is not written in outline format (55%) Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas. The evaluation portion of the paper is not written in standard APA format or the case plan portion is not written in outline format (0%) Earned Total 10 100%

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Running head: MEASURABLE OUTCOMES IN CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

Creation of Measurable Outcomes in Co-Occurring Disorders
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MEASURABLE OUTCOMES IN CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

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Creation of Measurable Outcomes in Co-Occurring Disorders
According to the national data statistic presented by Epidemiologic Catchment Area
(ECA), more than 10 million in the United States suffer from at least one mental disorder and
one substance-related disorder. Many musicians in the country have been found to engage in
substance abuse especially drugs. An individual that I found in a news article which is from an
ethnic background that differs from mine and has also encounter the criminal justice system is
Lil Wayne, a musician. The rapper was found to abuse pharmaceutical drugs Xanax, Adderall,
Percocet, and Valium together with Codeine and Lean which affected his lifestyle physical,
socially, and mentally. The theoretical approach to therapy that I will apply to help the individual
would be Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Reasons why the
musician engage
in substance
abuse
The behavior
began at
childhood
Peer pressure
Had to use drugs
to remain active
think properly
Social isolation
To fit in the
society
To help stop
depression
The drugs were
readily available
Loss of
employment

Psychological

Levels of Possible Intervention
Organizational Community

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Political

X

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X

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X

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X
X

MEASURABLE OUTCOMES IN CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

The Care Plan for Lil Wayne
The intervention grill has prevented an analysis of the social, emotional, development and
economics that led to Lil Wayne engaging in substance abuse. The care plan provides an
intervention that Lil Wayne would be provided to ensure that he stops abusing drugs and
improving his deteriorating health conditions. The approach to case management that would fit
Lil Wayne would be brokerage case management since the client encounters the challenges of
access to therapeutical services. Lil Wayne also therapies and taking medicine that will enhance
his cognitive ability. From the grid, it is clear tha...

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