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Assessment and Evaluation

Evaluation (Non-Crisis) is for screening, diagnosis, and assessment of individual and family functioning, needs, abilities, and disabilities, and determining current status and functioning, recommendations for services, and need for further evaluations.  Evaluations consider the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, psychosocial, and physical information as appropriate and necessary. 

The clinical review by a mental health professional of the current functioning of the individual using the service in regard to the individual’s situation, needs, strengths, abilities, desires, and goals to determine the appropriate level of care. 

** Early Identification means the process of detecting developmental delays or untreated conditions that may indicate the need for further evaluation. 

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