IRTS Critical Incident Reporting

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IRTS Critical Incident Reporting

Purpose:

  • To report critical incidents involving clients in Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS) and Residential Crisis Stabilization (RCS) programs to the licensor within 10 days.

Incident Types:

  • Suicide
  • Attempted suicide
  • Death
  • Assault
  • Alleged maltreatment
  • Serious injury
  • Other acts or situations requiring emergency response

Reporting Guidelines:

  • Include program information, person reporting, incident details, and program response.
  • Attach any relevant documents.
  • This report does not replace mandated reporting responsibilities.

Incident Definitions:

  • Suicide: Intentional self-harm resulting in death.
  • Attempted Suicide: Intentional self-harm with injury or potential for serious injury/death.
  • Death: Accidental, natural causes, or homicide.
  • Assault: Aggression resulting in serious injury.
  • Alleged Maltreatment: Suspected abuse or neglect.
  • Serious Injury: Requires hospitalization or significant medical treatment.
  • Other: Significant incidents not covered above requiring non-routine response.
  • Emergency Response: Incidents requiring law enforcement, fire department, ambulance, or other emergency responders. (Excludes reports of clients walking away without requesting a response).

IRTS Critical Incident Reporting

Purpose:

  • To report critical incidents involving clients in Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS) and Residential Crisis Stabilization (RCS) programs to the licensor within 10 days.

Incident Types:

  • Suicide
  • Attempted suicide
  • Death
  • Assault
  • Alleged maltreatment
  • Serious injury
  • Other acts or situations requiring emergency response

Reporting Guidelines:

  • Include program information, person reporting, incident details, and program response.
  • Attach any relevant documents.
  • This report does not replace mandated reporting responsibilities.

Incident Definitions:

  • Suicide: Intentional self-harm resulting in death.
  • Attempted Suicide: Intentional self-harm with injury or potential for serious injury/death.
  • Death: Accidental, natural causes, or homicide.
  • Assault: Aggression resulting in serious injury.
  • Alleged Maltreatment: Suspected abuse or neglect.
  • Serious Injury: Requires hospitalization or significant medical treatment.
  • Other: Significant incidents not covered above requiring non-routine response.
  • Emergency Response: Incidents requiring law enforcement, fire department, ambulance, or other emergency responders. (Excludes reports of clients walking away without requesting a response).