The Spokane County SCRBH (ASO) Division's mission is to assist Individuals experiencing mental illness and/or substance use challenges achieve success in their recovery journey, through the provision of a high-quality and culturally responsive array of services dedicated to empowering Individuals and their families to achieve safer, healthier, and more independent lives. The SCRBH (ASO) Division ensures our range of care, resources, and services are person-driven, built on strengths and opportunities, and are available and accessible to Individuals and their families.
The CSD SCRBH offers services and resources that value:
- Safety and health;
- Culturally Appropriate Care, social justice, and sensitivity;
- Recognition that achieving wellness is a reality;
- The dignity of each Individual to determine their own path;
- Active partnerships with related services that also assist the Individual; and
- Promoting a purposeful, satisfying quality of life in one’s own community.
The CSD SCRBH's vision is to be a leader in transforming the delivery of high-quality behavioral health care through integrated services that are responsive to individual needs.
The CSD SCRBH is dedicated to a culture of continuous quality assessment and performance improvement. Standards and goals for the crisis system are aligned with the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
The CSD SCRBH is responsible for contracting and funding the following services for Individuals in Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, and Stevens counties.
- Mental Health and substance use disorder crisis services and involuntary treatment evaluations for Individuals within the Spokane RSA;
- Involuntary detentions to psychiatric facilities or secure withdrawal management and stabilization services for non-Medicaid Individuals within the Spokane RSA;
- Treatment and monitoring of non-Medicaid Individuals within the Spokane RSA who have active Lesser Restrictive Alternative (LRA) court orders or Conditional Release orders; and
- Non-crisis behavioral health services for non-Medicaid Individuals in the Spokane RSA who are at or below the two hundred twenty percent (220%) Federal Poverty Level (FPL) utilizing General Fund State (GFS) or Federal Block Grants (FBG).