Behavioral Health Services for People Who Are Homeless Post-Test

Please complete the following questions. You must score at least an 80% or higher to pass the test. You have unlimited attempts to complete the test.

1. Someone who has lost his or her job or experienced mortgage foreclosure and has been evicted along with their family can be profiled as __________.
2. SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies [OAS] (2006) states that more than __________ of the persons seeking substance abuse or mental health treatment in the U.S. public health system is homeless.
3. __________ is a point of entry into treatment for many individuals with substance abuse and/or mental illness.
4. Which of the following is NOT one of the four broad categories of substance abuse and mental health services as define by the Institute of Medicine (2009)?
5. The Institute of Medicine (2009) defines substance abuse and mental health services prevention into all of the following categories EXCEPT
6. According to the Homes Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition Housing Act, all of the following are definitions of a person or family that is homeless EXCEPT
7. Disabling conditions for those who are considered "unaccompanied homeless" include all of the following EXCEPT:
8. Mares and Rosenheck (2004) found that __________ is one aspect for veterans related to their service that contributed to their homelessness.
9. Greenberg and Rosenheck (2010) indicated that people with mood disorders, schizophrenia, antisocial personality disorder, or any type of substance use disorder are __________ times more likely to be homeless.
10. According to Christensen et al (2005) and Jainchill et al (2000), __________ percent of homeless women report trauma-related events.
11. According to Spence, Stevens & Park (2004), 80% of homeless exhibit __________which can affect their social and adaptive functioning.
12. The text indicates all of the following are types of homelessness EXCEPT
13. All of the following are legal measures that some communities take to address homelessness EXCEPT
14. Some communities and States are utilizing __________ working in tandem with police trained to respond to people who are homeless.
15. One progressive initiative is the provision of permanent and transitional support housing which offers __________ for individuals and families that would otherwise be homeless.
16. Kertesz et al (2007), stated that a __________ during substance abuse treatment may create barriers to a variety of services.
17. Comprehensive recovery efforts must include all of the following EXCEPT
18. Working with clients who experience homelessness provides __________.
19. For homeless clients with existing health problems, temporary housing __________.
20. Behavioral health workers working with the homeless should possess knowledge on how homelessness can become __________ without intervention.
21. There is a pervasiveness of __________ within the homeless population that behavioral health workers should have knowledge of.
22. Providers should be aware that homeless, substance use disorders, and mental illness can itself effect __________ in others and relationship development.
23. Behavioral health providers working with the homeless population should have the skills necessary to build trust with members of a population that experiences high rates of social __________.
24. Providers must be able to demonstrate specific __________ skills for those who are particularly chronically homeless, and have substance use/mental health disorders.
25. The recognition of psychological __________ on trust are important for providers to be mindful of in the process of treatment and recovery for the homeless population.
26. According to The National Survey of Homeless Assistance Providers, Burt et al (1999), which of the following accurately describes the demographics of homeless clients?
27. What percentage of the homeless would be considered episodic homeless?
28. What is the common link between the PHS, THS, and PATH?
29. Interventions aiding in the recovery process of substance abuse, mental illness, and homelessness should
30. Behavioral health service professionals should be able to develop an individualized relapse prevention or recovery management plan that includes __________ for the client to follow if they experience a recurrence of behavioral health symptoms or homelessness.
31. Behavioral health workers should demonstrate an attitude that reflects a positive working relationship by
32. The client must assume responsibility for their own recovery path, even when their __________ do not appear to be in their own best interest.
33. Working with clients who are homeless and/or in need of treatment requires __________ and __________ between service professionals and peer supports.
34. The following attitudes will help behavioral health workers in providing services for their homeless clients EXCEPT
35. Which of the following best describes an empathetic reaction to a client's story?
36. Behavior health workers should assess their personal views about homelessness, substance abuse and mental health prior to working with these clients. Which of the following questions should NOT be asked as part of this assessment?
37. Which of the following is a myth about people who are homeless?
38. Homelessness results in the loss of __________, routines, possessions, privacy, and security.
39. According to Bassuk and Friedman (2005), children who are homeless have __________ times more gastrointestinal problems than those who have a home.
40. Bassuk and Friedman (2005) state that one-third of the children over age 8 who are homeless will have
41. Working with homeless people may be difficult and cause stress because the client may be reluctant to engage in services and requires
42. Which of the following is a common response to working with clients who are in a dangerous situation that may cause harm to themselves?
43. Frustration may result in a reactive response to involve police or the hospital without evidence of danger or risk when you are
44. Feelings of helplessness or guilt about a person's situation may cause a behavior health worker to respond through __________ and violate ethical boundaries or policies to help the client.
45. Which of the following experiences may NOT affect how you respond to working with the homeless?
46. Which of the following is NOT a way to manage your responses when working with people who are homeless?
47. Which of the following best describes the critical stages of recovery model, Townsend, Boyd, Griffin, & Hicks (2000)?
48. In the stages of change model, the "contemplation" stage is where the client
49. According to Connors, Donovan, & DiClemente (2001), what is the most common time frame for a substance use relapse to occur?
50. In moving through the stages of change model, the client
51. The critical stages of recovery model addresses the __________ goals that are more closely related to mental health recovery, social connectedness, and the relationship between the client and the service delivery system.
52. What key word does Townsend et al (2000) use to describe the client's progress from dependence to independence to interdependence?
53. Which of the following is a key role of the service provider during the dependent/unaware stage of recovery?
54. Which of the following is NOT the role of the service provider during the dependent/aware stage of recovery?
55. Davidson & White (2007) recognized that recovery
56. Stages of homelessness rehabilitation model refers to the various types of care the client with behavioral health problems, and their family, if applicable, may receive while
57. Which of the following is NOT a stage of homelessness rehabilitation?
58. McQuistion, Felix, & Samuels (2008) state that __________ is the first stage of work with people who are homeless.
59. Which of the following engagement challenges do behavior health workers face when working to engage clients recently discharged from substance abuse treatment or the criminal justice system?
60. During which of the five phases of homelessness rehabilitation model does the largest percentage of clients fall out of the program?
61. When does a client begin to move from the outreach and engagement stage to the transition of intensive care stage?
62. Which stage of homelessness rehabilitation focuses on comprehensive treatment, including assessment and training of necessary skills?
63. Maintaining momentum for recovery and relapse prevention, continued use of new skills, and involvement in community activities during the intensive care stage is _______.
64. The following are key elements of the transition to ongoing rehabilitation stage for sustained recovery EXCEPT
65. McQuistion et al (2008) defines the ongoing rehabilitation stage as
66. Which of the following is NOT a strategy or intervention when serving people who are homeless?
67. Identify which of the following activities is NOT common to behavioral health services when working with homeless people as discussed in the TIP.
68. What does it mean to make contact with homeless individuals on their terms?
69. One of the effective outreach skills is to __________ the client to set goals and create a plan for recovery and growth.
70. It is a critical skill for the behavior health service to understand substance abuse or psychological problems __________ for effective outreach.
71. When gathering information relating to substance abuse or mental disorders, the behavior health service looks for all of the following EXCEPT
72. Information gathered during the initial screening and evaluation process include which of the following EXCEPT
73. It is not recommended to include __________ as part of the information gathered relating to social functions.
74. Endorsed by SAMHSA, what is SBIRT?
75. How much time does Berstein et al (2009) indicate the SBIRT process will take when used with individuals who are homeless?
76. __________ is the process of beginning to restore physical health and feelings of safety to relieve emotional turmoil, and get a sense of future goals and needs.
77. If the screening process that determines a client has a severe risk or dependence, what is the recommended course of intervention?
78. Stabilization is __________ for beginning an ongoing recovery program.
79. Planning treatment should include all of the following EXCEPT
80. Treatment and prevention are likely to involve
81. Specific biopsychosocial goals regarding living situation, projected timeframes, treatment and prevention approaches, housing services, and follow-up activities should be part of the client's
82. __________ should consider the environment in which the client lives, differentiate between the problems that can be resolved and those that can only be lessened, and set priorities (short-term and long-term) based on the client's immediate needs.
83. __________ is essential to address the holistic needs of the client and prevent them from becoming overwhelming or lost through the community services and referral process.
84. Matching services to needs, locating providers, supporting participation and compliance, and monitoring progress are motivators for case management
85. Why is it important to ensure treatment goals are relatively short-term, specific, realistic, and include possible rewards?
86. What should NOT be considered when identifying activities related to the client's goals?
87. Which reinforcement options below would NOT be provided as part of a prevention program?
88. Per the planned TIP, Recovery in Behavioral Health Services (SAMHSA, planned e), clients with mental illnesses, substance abuse disorders, cognitive impairment and/or family members with these conditions, have a(n) __________ risk for relapse and subsequent loss of housing.
89. According to Mueser et al (2006), which of the following is NOT true about wellness self-management?
90. Which of the following areas of intensive care case management would be a focus of critical time intervention (CTI)?
91. Which of the following best describes Phase 3 of the 9-month CTI program of care as identified by New York Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University (2001) in The Critical Time Training Manual?
92. Through evidence-based practices for homelessness rehabilitation, Shaheen and Rio (2007) state that employment helps clients develop
93. Clients are taught problem solving skills, managing interpersonal conflicts, developing appropriate work-related behaviors, and managing money wisely through __________.
94. Clients are taught problem solving skills, managing interpersonal conflicts, developing appropriate work-related behaviors, and managing money wisely through __________.
95. The Curriculum-Based Support Group (CBSG) Program, Arocena (2006), and Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence are two evidence-based prevention programs for youth listed in
96. Which of the following evidence-based programs is multi-component and provides comprehensive life skills designed for school-wide implementation in grades 6 through 8?
97. Prigerson, Desai, Mares, and Rosenheck (2003) indicate childhood homelessness, substance abuse in adults age 55 or older, and living in a homeless environment are associated with higher rates of
98. What makes the Modified Therapeutic Community for Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders Program more relevant for people who are homeless and have co-occurring disorders?
99. In meeting specific client needs, all of the following are pressing issues EXCEPT
100. Universal, selective, and indicated are types of
101. Indicated prevention program focuses specifically on
102. The Clinician-Based Cognitivie Psychoeducational Intervention program
103. Why is it important to have a diverse team of staff members that may include someone who has experienced homelessness previously?
104. The following groups may have additional cultural challenges EXCEPT
105. Which of the following is NOT a benefit of an emergency shelter?
106. Transitional housing
107. Permanent housing __________ treatment and abstinence from drugs and/or alcohol as a condition for the program.
108. The following is true about a half-way house EXCEPT
109. Sober living housing and 3/4-way housing are similar in
110. Community transitional supportive housing
111. Which of the following is NOT used to describe the level of abstinence required in housing and shelter programs?
112. Providing information about recovery, building stronger relationships, supporting all efforts towards behavior changes, helping with skill development, and housing assistance are options when working with clients during the __________ stage.
113. The Drop-In Centers program through the VA, provides veterans with
114. Which of the following recovery-oriented and rehabilitative treatment programs for homeless veterans provides subsidized residential treatment and transitional housing?
115. According to Dempster & Gillig (2006), people who are homeless in rural areas typically do not live
116. SAMHSA's PATH program provides grants to the State which are used for the following resources EXCEPT
117. How does the SAMHSA's PATH program work to provide housing resources to people who are homeless and living in rural areas?
118. In vignette #1, what strategy did the counselor use to intially engage Juan in conversation?
119. Housing First models
120. One of the MI techniques the counselor uses with Juan during their initial conversation about the Housing First option is he or she
121. Which of the following best explains the technique of "over-reflecting"?
122. Which of the following is NOT a tool used to engage people living on the street?
123. Appropriate follow up questions when concerned for a person who has refused services include each of the following EXCEPT
124. Which of the following is NOT an influence that may contribute to cognitive impairment?
125. Which of the following is true about FQHC programs?
126. All of the following are strategies to intervene with a disruptive client in a public place EXCEPT
127. Which of the following is NOT a recommended strategy to help a client like Roxanne stay focused?
128. Which of the following will NOT help to keep a client stay focused during a session?
129. When the counselor began to seek advice as a result of countertransferential feelings while working with Roxanne, the supervisor recommended __________ to help Roxanne stay engaged.
130. Which of the following is NOT true about Section 8 Housing:
131. What is the best way to address a client's behavior when they are late or miss scheduled appointments?
132. Which of the strategies below does NOT help to manage the stress of seeing clients who have multiple problems?
133. Brief Strategic Family Therapy is NOT designed to
134. To help a client identify triggers for relapse, the counselor may revisit previous periods of relapse to determine a common __________ that triggered the relapse.
135. Role play benefits DO NOT include
136. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness (2006), which of the items below is NOT one of the four stages of the Housing First program?
137. The workplace preventitive intervention is
138. An ACT Team is
139. The Assertive Community Treatment Association indicates the following principles of ACT EXCEPT
140. NAMI is NOT