Case Management - Assessment - Treatment - Follow-up

FAP: SPOUSE ABUSE MANUAL



CONTENTS

U.S. ARMY FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM
SPOUSE ABUSE MANUAL

Appendices Index

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Chapters

Chapter 1: Introduction

1.1 Purpose

1.2 References

1.3 AR 608-18

1.4 Manual

Chapter 2: Family Advocacy Program: Spouse Abuse

2.1 Army Family Programs

2.2 Family Advocacy Program

Chapter 3: Spouse Abuse: Definitions

3.1 Spouse Abuse Program Objectives

3.2 Family Advocacy Program - Spouse Abuse

3.3 Definitions

3.4 Indications of Abuse: Mild, Moderate, Severe

Chapter 4: Procedures: Standard of Care Guidelines

4.1 Standard of Care Guidelines for Case Management of Spouse Abuse

4.2 Table I: Standard of Care Guideline for Case Management of Spouse Abuse

Chapter 5: Description of Each Component
of the Standard of Care Guidelines
for the Management of Spouse Abuse

5.1 Nine Components

5.2 Case Management Model-Practice Functions (See Appendix B)

5.3 Incident Referral

5.4 Assessment

5.5 Formulation of Problem and Treatment Plan

5.6 CRC Case Presentation

5.7 Treatment

5.8 CRC Follow-up Case Presentation

5.9 Follow-up After Case Closure

5.10 Quality Management Procedures

Chapter 6: Levels of Abuse

6.1 Spouse Abuse Matrix

6.2 Incremental Progression

Chapter 7: Treatment Planning Guide

7.1 Treatment Guideline

7.2 Length of Treatment and Sequencing

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APPENDICES

A: Standard of Care Guidelines for Case Management

B: Case Mangement Model

C: Family Advocacy Intake: Medcom Form 650-R

D: Risk/Safety Assessment: Medcom Form 665-R

E: Social History [Examples]

F: Psychosocial Assessment

G: Safety Plan [Examples]

H: Protocol for the Initial Identification, Assessment, and Disposition of Spouse Abuse
[Medcom OP 33-R, OP 28A-R, HSC OP 28C-R, HSC OP 28D-R]

I: Spouse Abuse Matrix

J: Case Review Committee Review Process

K: Treatment Planning Guide

L: Children Who Witness Domestic Violence

M: Victim Advocate

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This material was developed for the U. S. Army Community and Family Support Center, Family Advocacy Program by staff of the Family Life Development Center in cooperation with Cornell Cooperative Extension, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. The material is based upon work supported by the Extension Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, under special project number 92-EXCA-3-0221.

THIS MATERIAL MAY BE REPRODUCED FOR FAP USE.

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