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Pasco County
Behavioral Health Receiving System
Plan
In accordance with
Florida Statute 394, Florida Mental Health Act
Florida Statute 397, Hal S. Marchman Alcohol and
Other Drug Services Act
2020-2023
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Table of Contents
I. Background & Purpose
II. Pasco County's Designated Receiving System
III. Mobile Crisis Response Teams
IV. Inventory of Participating Services Providers
V. Behavioral Health Receiving System Agreements
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I. Background/ Purpose:
In accordance with the changes promulgated by Senate Bill 12 to Florida Statute 394 (Florida
Mental Health Act, commonly referred to as the "Baker Act"), and Florida Statute 397
(commonly referred to as the Marchman Act), Pasco County in collaboration with Central
Florida Behavioral Health Network (the Managing Entity) have completed this Behavioral
Health Receiving System(BHRS) Plan. Implementation of this plan assures the coordinated
provision of emergency services for people in need of help for behavioral health disorders and
supports a comprehensive behavioral system of care.
This BHRS Plan describes how the community shall ensure the provision of the "No Wrong
Door Model" defined in FS 394.4573. This description includes the organization of the BHRS
and how it responds to individual needs and integrates services among various providers.
The Behavioral Health Receiving System may be organized in any manner which functions as a
no-wrong-door model. Such models include, but are not limited to:
A central receiving system is identified as a system that consists of a designated central
receiving facility that serves as a single entry point for persons with mental health or
substance use disorders, or co-occurring disorders. The central receiving facility shall be
capable of assessment, evaluation, and triage or treatment or stabilization of persons with
mental health or substance use disorders, or co-occurring disorders.
A coordinated receiving system as a system that consists of multiple entry points that
are linked by shared data systems, formal referral agreements, and cooperative
arrangements for care coordination and case management. Each entry point shall be a
designated receiving facility and shall, within existing resources, provide or arrange for
necessary services following an initial assessment and evaluation.
A tiered receiving system consists of multiple entry points, some of which offer only
specialized or limited services. Each service provider shall be classified according to its
capabilities as either a designated receiving facility or another type of service provider,
such as a triage center, a licensed detoxification facility, or an access center. All
participating service providers shall, within existing resources, be linked by methods to
share data, formal referral agreements, and cooperative arrangements for care
coordination and case management.
OR
The BHRS may be organized in any manner that functions as a No-Wrong-Door Model that
responds to individual needs and integrates the services of various providers.
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