Whole Health Throughout the Lifespan
NARBHA's initiative to help its network members achieve whole health throughout the lifespan means joining physical and behavioral health services under a single provider. NARBHA's system-changing model - our Recover Wellness Program - is helping to advance delivery of integrated healthcare services throughout the state. Recover Wellness is an innovative healthcare integration model designed to meet the three-part aim of better health, better care, and lower costs through improved quality. At the National Council for Behavioral Health Conference in Las Vegas in April 2013, Recover Wellness was chosen as "best in class."
"Seventy percent of Medicaid adults receiving mental health/ substance use disorder (MH/SUD) services have two or more chronic conditions and 52% have three or more."
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Enjoy members' stories of recovery through whole health.
Whole-health is a better path of recovery for people with mental health and substance use disorders (MH/SUD). NARBHA's vision includes
Building Better Care
Easing access to quality care is one of NARBHA's core values, which is why we have invested more than $1 million in community reinvestment funds to help providers overcome the barriers to integrating physical and behavioral health services for members of the NARBHA network. Providers currently offering services include
Encompasse Health, Page
West Yavapai Guidance Clinic, Prescott
Little Colorado Behavioral Health Springerville, St. Johns
Community Counseling Centers, Holbrook, Winslow, Show Low, Snowflake
Mohave Mental Health Services, Kingman, Bullhead City, Lake Havasu
Coming SoonSouthwest Behavioral Health Services
Child and Family Support Services,
Whole Health Starts with Self-Management
Chronic Disease Self- Management Program (CDSMP)
NARBHA has made a commitment to the integration of Stanford's Chronic Disease Self- Management Program (CDSMP) into the whole health services framework, incorporating both behavioral health services and physical health services as key components of treatment.
Through CDSMP training, patients can improve their overall health and health care experience through a proven, evidence-based self-management class. The class employs a new workforce of specially trained people with mental health/ substance use disorders (MH/SUD) as "peer recovery specialists."
By implementing widespread use of CDSMP, high risk behavioral health recipients will improve health, decrease hospitalizations and days in the hospital as validated in randomized control trials.