Northern Virginia Regional Projects Office - Intellectual Disability Issues
Virginia START (Systemic Therapeutic Assessment Respite Treatment)
Virginia START (Systemic Therapeutic Assessment Respite Treatment) is a systems-linkage approach to supports for individuals with an intellectual disability and mental health condition, or challenging behavior that is negatively affecting their quality of life.
Intellectual disabilities initiatives included a review of the START (Systemic Therapeutic Assessment, Respite and Treatment services) model that provide linkage to promote a system of care in the provision of community services, natural supports and mental health treatment to people with intellectual disabilities and mental health issues. Implementation of this model is scheduled for FY 2012-2013.
Northern Virginia ID Forums — Meeting notes
- Day Support, Employment, Transportation & Non-traditional services – September 17, 2012
- Residential/Housing – September 19, 2012
- Workforce Development – September 21, 2012
- Healthcare – September 24, 2012
- ID Regional Stakeholder Meeting on June 22, 2012
- Virginia Systemic Therapeutic Assessment, Respite and Treatment Program Overview – September 2011
- DBHDS Report: Northern Virginia Training Center Diversion Pilot – November 2010
- Northern Virginia Regional Strategic Planning Partnership Intellectual Disability Regional Plan – November 2010
- Northern Virginia Regional Strategic Planning Partnership Mental Retardation Plan – September 2008 draft
Report: The Cost and Feasibility of Alternatives to the State’s Five
Mental Retardation Training Centers – 2005
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