Person-Centered Care That Promotes Wellness and Recovery
* Behavioral Health problems can be effectively treated in the community.
* Care should take place in the least restrictive environment suitable to the individual's unique situation and under condition which assure safety, comfort, confidentiality and wellness.
* People can learn to effectively manage even chronic behavioral health problems and live healthy, meaningful lives in the community.
* Community involvement is crucial in identifying and meeting the behavioral health needs of local residents.
* Prevention, education and wellness programs are essential in reducing the on-set of behavioral health problems.
* Integrated care yields effective outcomes toward wellness and recovery.
* Trauma awareness is essential to person-centered care.