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Enhance client engagement with the TREAT Client Information System
Discover how Yukon’s Mental Wellness and Substance Use Services are using new Client Information System technology to stay connected to their clients through the pandemic and beyond.
Webinar Focus: How the TREAT Client Information System facilitates new ways of working that rely less on physical interaction, building resilience into operations. The features to be showcased will include:
For your Clients:
For your Organization:
Client Relationship Module that supports the management of non “client” types such as associated organizations, Community, Parents, Foster Parents, Legal Guardian.
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TREAT was designed with a client-centered focus on recovery in the context of Canada’s largest Mental Health teaching hospital, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). The result is a unique application that is focused on client-centered recovery and best practice implementation within an interdisciplinary context. TREAT’s workflow aligns with staff activities, and its streamlined user interface minimizes the number of click throughs and duplicate data entry.
Is comprised of the three constituent parts of mental wellness and substance use delivery in Yukon, namely Mental Health Services, Child Assessment Therapeutic Services (CATS) and Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS). YHSS caters to the 7500 Yukon people (on average) that struggle with mental health or substance use per year.