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ACMHS/FCMHS Consumer Update

 

August 29, 2017

ACMHS/FCMHS Staff would like to make consumers aware of two clarifications to our policies that may be noticeable during visits to our facilities.

1) The ACMHS/FCMHS Medical Departments are following the generally accepted Standard of Care for clients receiving medications. This means that prescriptions will not be renewed without lab work (or other needed tests) and attendance at follow up appointments. This is essential to protect patient health. In addition, for any patients who are unable to make medical decisions on their own, the full and active participation of their surrogate decision-makers will be required at medical appointments.

2)  Service Animal Policy. Beginning October 1, ACMHS/FCMHS will implement a new policy regarding Service Animals and other pets in all facilities. Only trained Service Animals will be allowed in facilities, unless a client’s treatment team has specifically met and agreed to allow his/her other pet. ANY animal who is misbehaving (urinating, destroying company property, acting aggressively toward people or other animals) will be asked to leave, whether or not they previously had permission to be in the building.

ACMHS/FCMHS continually strives to uphold a high standard of care and improve safety for our clients and staff. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

 

 

 

8.29.17 Consumer Update

FCMHS is moving!

Military Family Child Program

MilitaryFamilyChildTrauma

Trauma 101 Trainings

Fall/Winter 2017 training dates coming soon!

Alaskan Advanced Trauma Training Institute

The 2017 Alaskan Advanced Trauma Training Institute

took place June 15-17, 2017

featuring Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

Look for info in spring 2018 about the next Advanced Trauma Training Institute!

Resources for parents when talking to children about trauma

Below are some links to papers released by the National Child Trauam Institute in the wake of recent events.  Included are tips on how to talk to children about trauma and resources for parents.  Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected.

Tip Sheet for Youth Talking to Journalists about the Shooting

Talking to Children about the Shooting

Psychological Impact of the Recent Shooting

Parent Guidelines for Helping Youth after the Recent Shooting

Fidelity Annual 401K Report

SAR 2011 Full Annual Report Form 5500 Package

ACMHS 401K Annual Summary Report

 

Fidelity 401(k) annual report 2010

 

Summary Annual Report

 

For Anchorage Community Mental Health Services, Inc. 401(k) Plan

This is a summary of the annual report for Anchorage Community Mental Health Services, Inc. 401(k) Plan,

Employer Identification Number 51-0152394, Plan No. 002 for the period January 1, 2010 through December 31,

2010. The annual report has been filed with the Employee Benefits Security Administration, U.S. Department of

Labor, as required under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).

 

Basic Financial Statement:

Benefits under the plan are provided through a trust fund. Plan expenses were $296,049. These expenses

included $816 in administrative expenses and $294,416 in benefits paid to participants and beneficiaries and

$817 in other expenses. A total of 225 persons were participants in or beneficiaries of the plan at the end of the

plan year.

The value of plan assets, after subtracting liabilities of the plan, was $5,557,824, as of December 31, 2010

compared to $4,567,545 as of January 1, 2010. During the plan year, the plan experienced an increase in its net

assets of $990,279. This increase includes unrealized appreciation and depreciation in the value of plan assets;

that is, the difference between the value of the plan’s assets at the end of the year and the value of the assets at

the beginning of the year or the cost of assets acquired during the year. The plan had total income of $1,286,328,

including employer contributions of $207,605, employee contributions of $406,422, other contributions of $1,773,

and earnings from investments of $670,528.

Your Rights To Additional Information:

You have the right to receive a copy of the full annual report, or any part thereof, on request. The items listed

below are included in that report:

1. financial information and information on payments to service providers;

2. an accountant’s report;

3. assets held for investment;

To obtain a copy of the full annual report, or any part thereof, write or call Anchorage Community Mental Health

Services, Inc., 4020 Folker Street, Anchorage, AK 99508, (907) 563-1000.

 

You also have the right to receive from the Plan Administrator, on request and at no charge, a statement of the

assets and liabilities of the plan and accompanying notes, or a statement of income and expenses of the plan and

accompanying notes, or both. If you request a copy of the full annual report from the Plan Administrator, these

two statements and accompanying notes will be included as part of that report.

You also have the legally protected right to examine the annual report at the main office of the plan at Anchorage

Community Mental Health Services, Inc., 4020 Folker Street, Anchorage, AK 99508, and at the U.S. Department of

Labor in Washington, D.C. or to obtain a copy from the U.S. Department of Labor upon payment of copying costs.

Requests to the Department should be addressed to: Public Disclosure Room, N1513, Employee Benefits Security

Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20210.

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