PH-F12-3437

Update 5/14/24: Patient discharged home to the care of her guardian with outpatient supports to bridge Day Treatment.
 
Update 5/10/24: Patient tentatively scheduled to discharge home on 5/14/24, with outpatient supports to bridge PHP at Amberwing.
 
Update 5/6/24: Douglas County CPS is navigating PHP and Day Treatment with the guardian for aftercare. PHP waitlist is approximately 3 weeks and guardian still needs to obtain insurance coverage. Douglas County CPS will be closing out their case on 5/10/24 due to a lack of immediate safety concerns as evidenced by the guardian willing to take the patient home.

Update 4/30/24: Guardian is making statements of wanting the patient to return home. Patient was declined from foster placements in Wisconsin, and family placement is not an option either. Douglas County, WI, CPS, working with the guardian on a transition plan home, including Day Treatment and Outpatient Therapy. Patient remains at the hospital.

Update 4/24/24: Parent still not willing/able to take pt home. County involved and navigating alternative living arrangement/placement. DC rec is PHP.

Update 4/17/24: Parent still not willing/able to take pt home. County involved and navigating alternative living arrangement/placement. DC rec is PHP.

Update 4/3/24: Parent still not willing/able to take pt home. County involved. DC rec is PHP, openings available at PC PHP when patient is able.

Patient was admitted from Essentia Health in Duluth after attempting to run away from home. Pt has conflict w/ dad & has made HI statements toward him (burning him, switching meds out so he will OD). Pt also has a Hx of inappropriate sexual behavior with older men & on the internet.

Historically, patient lived with extended relatives for the first 11 years of her life due to mitigating circumstances that did not allow biological parents to meet her needs. Patient then went to live with her biological mom and was then sent to live with her dad, as mom was unable to meet patient needs. Patient has been with dad for about 1 month now, and he has indicated that he cannot meet her needs either, and declines for the patient to return home.

Discharge Plan:
PrairieCare Recommends:
Establish PHP; county coordinating with Amberwing, estimated 3-week waitlist

Establish Individual and Family Therapy:
-Insight Counseling in Duluth; referral made
-SOAR Services in Superior, WI; referral made
-Nystrom and Associates in Duluth; referral made

Establish PCP
Establish CMHCM (Open with Kalley Rustad at Douglas County CPS for long-term supports, closing case 5/10)
Establish CLTS (Referral made to Douglas County, CPS also coordinating)

Estimated length of stay:
Seven to ten treatment days; patient is medically ready for discharge; pending Douglas County, WI, establishing aftercare with the guardian. Guardian is now willing to take the patient home.

PH-F14-3375

Update 4/12/24: Patient discharged from inpatient to home, while waiting for RTC admission.

Update 4/11/24: Patient scheduled to discharge from inpatient on 4/12/24, stepping down to outpatient supports, while waiting for RTC. Intake process is moving forward at North Homes RTC, with potential admission on 4/18 or 4/19.

Update 4/4/24: Patient has been accepted at North Homes RTC with a potential admission mid-April. Patient has now been assigned a CMHCM, waiting on screening for county funding.

Update 3/21/4: Pt is under review for acceptance at North Homes pending county funding, Waiting assigned CMHCM, parent is currently doing the intake process at the county to get a CMHCM for the Juvenile Screening.

Patient is a 14-year-old transgender male presenting at PrairieCare’s inpatient hospital. Patient presented to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center on 3/4 when parents brought them. That night while parents were away from home patient was aggressive toward sister. Family called crisis and were directed to bring to ED for evaluation. This is after a similar event last week where patient attempted to stab sister with a knife and father had to intervene.

HCMCH-M17-2402

attempted strangulation with the dog leash. HX of MDD, PTSD, ADHD & anxiety.

AH-F13-2355

Emotional dysregulation, high emotional reactivity in the home. Transgender. Housing insecure – soon to be evicted. Been in hospital 3 times this year. Recommend residential treatment. Meeting with mom today 12/22/22. Qualified person process can take up to 30 days.

AH-F15-2351

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.

AH-F13-2307

RAD. Aggression at home. Parents unable to accommodate needs at home so resident remains in ED. Hasn’t needed hospital since mid feb but parents unable to take her home. Accepted 3/15 to Community Living Options.

AH-F15-2303

PTSD, Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder, Conduct Disorder, ADHD, ODD. Just got approval from HC for funding. Case mgr will start making calls. Doest present well on paper. Challenging behaviors – gets escalated and disreg. with peers. Is able to walk away. Threatens to hurt people but hasn’t yet. Remorseful about behavior. Learning about her dx. Fun kid, gets along with certain peers. Doesn’t work well with peers who have made statements about race. Ready to benefit from res. tx. and work with people 1 on 1. A lot of early childhood disruptions. Not sure why removed from bio mom – per aunt and gramma, she didn’t know how to be a parent. Aunt and gramma say that she has tried to kill them, threatens people, hard to know what’s what and what is recent behavior.

AH-F17-2292

attachment difficulties, parent child difficulties, working towards either RTC or group home. Working w/ county – denied from most residentials due to IQ. Looking at group home placement. Home is disruptive. Attachment difficulties.

HCMCH-F16-1812

A 16-year-old female with a history of mood disorder, borderline personality disorder, PTSD who presented to ED with suicidal ideation, threatening behaviors towards her family, and altered mental status. She also struggles with low frustration tolerance, severe emotional dysregulation, and a lack of coping skills. She is currently awaiting inpatient placement.