history of running, trauma, generational trauma, emotional dysregulation. Rec CRTC level 6 – barrier to placement. Waiting on County for review and to change to another county agent.


Substance use, running away, pregnant. Mother is involved but the child has been on the run for a year, so limited contact. Stuggles with substance use and impulsivity.


UPDATE: 11-15-23 still inpatient at United.
UPDATE 8.24.23 – still at United Hospital.

SUD, aggression, low IQ. Working on MI and D commitment. (Mentally ill and dangerous)


Patient is presenting to the ED for the following concerns: verbal agitation, physical aggression. Patient currently lives with foster mom and dad, mother will soon be entering IRTS but intends to take son back afterward. Patient has been not been taking his medications and engaging in behavior that puts himself and others around him in danger. Patient has high sensory needs that if not attuned to will begin to hurt self and others. Patient was last admitted on 10/20/23 and was inpatient until stabilization. Patient has been attempting to “scratch out” his eyes and turn off devices of his fellow foster care children. Pt is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and significant early childhood trauma. Collateral reports that when pt takes meds, he can calm down. Patient is non-verbal.


trauma. Bio female, id’s as male. On inpatient unit. Rec residential tx. 1:1 staffing due to safely concerns for self and others.


SUD, running away from treatment. trauma. Discharging to VOA-CRTC, connection made thanks to this meeting!!!


Patient is presenting to the ED for the following concerns: physical aggression. Patient became escalated at home, following his PCA staff leaving for the night. Details on the escalation are unclear at this time. Patient is diagnosed with Autism with little to no verbalization. Patient has a case manager, PCA support for before and after school until 8 pm, and on weekends from 8 am – 8 pm. Patient has a history of biting himself, scratching himself, and aggressive behaviors towards others. Patient historically escalates before/after school, and after his PCA staff leave for the night. Patient has been to the ED 19 times in 2023, due to aggression/symptoms of ASD.


Patient had a court hearing today and was ordered to present to the ED for psych evaluation. This past year, patient disclosed that he had sexually assaulted the 6-year-old daughter of his mother’s girlfriend. The state picked up the case and charged the patient. He was on probation for many months and then physically assaulted a family friend, unprovoked. Patient was then sent to Arrowhead Regional Center for their inpatient sexual offender program. Patient was unable to complete this program and sent to JDC, where he has been since July.
Patient’s mom states that he had suicidal ideation last year and was then sent to the hospital where he was admitted to inpatient. Patient has a significant history of trauma, physical and suspected sexual abuse.
Patient’s mom reports that psych. reports from JDC reported psychosis and signs of OCD and Autism. Report also states that patient has history of auditory hallucinations and paranoia.
Patient court ordered to remain in the ED until 10/17/23 court hearing.