OnTrack Hawaii is a coordinated specialty care clinic that focuses on the early assessment and treatment of youth and young adults experiencing their first episode of psychosis or are experiencing psychotic symptoms. Our clinic offers an interdisciplinary team and coordinated specialty care model that has been recognized as a model of best practice for early psychosis care.
Our clinic is a partnership between the Hawaii State Department of Health Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Adult Mental Health Divisions, the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Department of Psychology, and the John A. Burns School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry. It is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Mental Services.
O Our multidisciplinary team of providers are trained in the coordinated specialty care model that has been recognized as a model of best practice for early psychosis care. Team members receive ongoing supervision and participate in weekly team meetings to improve the quality of care maintain fidelity of our treatment model.
I Individual psychotherapy for first episode psychosis emphasizes resilience training, coping skills, and illness and symptom management.
F Family psychoeducation and support provides family members or others providing our clients support information about psychosis. It helps family members learn about psychosis symptoms and treatments that helps them to play an active role in their loved ones recovery process.
S Supported employment services are offered to all clients who would like to find employment or help maintaining it. Our service emphasizes not only job placement, but also setting career goals.
S Supported education services facilitate a client’s return to school, develop new interests, and setting goals. We provide support and tools to ensure a client’s educational milestones are met.
M Medication management is provided using a shared decision making model. Side effect management if needed is coordinated with primary care providers to assure medication management.
C Case management helps clients and their families coordinate services across multiple areas and providers. Case management also includes problem solving and navigating treatment options.