Applicant File Review
Health Care Needs Assessment and Direct Threat Assessment

 

Applicant file review is the process by which the center reviews applicant files to determine whether or not the individual’s health care needs exceeds those of basic care or if the individual poses a direct threat to self or others. Because file review can be a complex process, it is essential that all centers use the same process and documentation. An effective file review process requires cooperation between admissions counselors (ACs), records staff, and health and wellness staff.

 


 

Policy & Directives

 

Job Corps Policy

 
Directives

 

 

 

Forms & Documents

General
Flowcharts
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Examples of Completed Health Care Needs and Direct Threat Assessments
PRH Resources
Tip Sheet
Regional Health Specialist Applicant File Review

 

Training Slides

Health Care Needs Assessment (HCNA)

 

 
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