These MRSS tools for providers are produced by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS)
Mobile Response Stabilization Service (MRSS) is a rapid mobile response and stabilization service for young people who are experiencing significant behavioral or emotional distress and their families.MRSS is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is delivered face-to-face at the young person’s home, school, local Emergency Department (ED), or another location in the community.
The purpose of MRSS is to help youth and families build needed skills to ensure that future distress is less frequent and less intense. MRSS consists of a series of three stages: triage and screening, mobile response, and stabilization.
To view and download, click on image or on the title from the following list: OhioMHAS Job Aid View and Download (Provider) | OhioMHAS Production Environment Log-in Instructions (Provider) | OhioMHAS_Profile Overview (Provider)
To view and download, click on image or on the title from the following list: OhioMHAS Provider Details (Provider) | OhioMHAS Referrals View and Acknowledge (Provider) | OhioMHAS Reporting View Reports (Provider)
To view and download, click on image or on the title: OhioMHAS Data Extracts (Program Evaluator) FINAL
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