Region V Systems partners with state agencies, community partners, consumers, families, and other community primary care and behavioral health entities to support a system of care that is integrated and supports the Triple Aim of:
- Enhancing an individual’s experience of care (availability, accessibility, quality, and reliability);
- Improving the health outcomes of individuals; and
- Promoting services that are efficient, effective, and in the right amount.
Region V Systems has contractual relationships with a network of behavioral health providers that have met the minimum standards, including national accreditation, to be a part of the Region V Systems’ Provider Network and provide publicly funded behavioral health services to the uninsured and underinsured.
In FY 23-24, 13 agencies were part of the Provider Network providing access to an array of quality behavioral health services that promote wellness and recovery. Services are categorized by level of care, including inpatient, residential, non-residential, community integration/support, children’s and emergency, based on the intensity of treatment and supports needed. These services are designed to assist youth, adults, and families to reach the goal of recovery to live, work, and participate in their communities. Find out more about Region V Systems’ Provider Network here.