Download Excel - By RSN Map or by alphabetical list
Chelan-Douglas RSN | Grays Harbor RSN | Greater Columbia RSN | King RSN | North Sound MHA RSN | OptumHealth-Pierce RSN | Peninsula RSN | Southwest Washington Behavioral Health RSN | Spokane RSN | Thurston-Mason RSN | Timberlands RSN | WASHINGTON STATE
Here you will find reports on employment outcomes for consumers
receiving community outpatient mental health services funded
through DSHS Aging and Disability Services Administration, Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery.
Outcome measures include employment rates, wages, hours worked
and total earnings. Detail is provided by client characteristics
for each Regional Support Network (RSN).
The monitoring reports allow comparisons across state regions and over time. Factors that may affect employment outcome trends include:
- Differences in service delivery across RSNs
- Variation in local economic conditions, which may present greater employment challenges in some RSNs than in others
- Changes in mental health funding levels
- Changes in the state economy, which will in turn affect the
overall potential for finding work
Washington State’s Delivery Model for Community Outpatient Care. Mental health services in Washington State are administered by Regional Service Networks (RSNs). These networks contract with licensed community mental health providers to supply mental health services. RSNs coordinate crisis response, community support, residential, and resource management services. Funding is provided from the state to the local RSNs for consumers who are Medicaid eligible through capitated Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans. Limited services are available to those who are non-Medicaid eligible as general state funds allow. In areas where there is no RSN, the department issues and manages fee-for-services contracts with local providers.