Improve and strengthen care coordination across services, so that clients receive the care they need when they need it.
Stronger care integration among primary care, mental health, substance use, housing and the crisis system of care partners, so that our services can be provided with greater efficiency resulting in better client outcomes.
Greater levels of data sharing among primary care, mental health, substance use, housing and the crisis system of care partners, so that providers are better informed about their clients’ needs to provide the most optimal care.
Fully implement a "housing first" approach to the housing and homelessness system through the implementation of Coordinated Entry and the Housing Resource Centers.
Decrease the unnecessary over-utilization of the most restrictive behavioral crisis services in Alameda County by linking people to the right service, at the right place, at the right time.
Improve the experience and outcomes for consumers and families by creating a partnership between health care providers and consumers in the consumer’s own health care; gather lessons in how to do this well, and replicate this practice throughout our circle of care.