The PCRA reflects network fault information received from the CEMH to network topology information and has a VC reservation table with control/data plane status information for each primary and backup VC managed with ResvID.
GUNI and internal message flows between the PCRA, the CEMH, and the GUMH are also shown.
CEMH provided crisis intervention, individual counseling and follow-up.
On occasion, if a serious suicide attempt took place, CEMH staff participated in "forensic autopsies," in which medical, mental health, security and other staff reviewed and analyzed the attempt to determine what happened, if there were warning signs and if staff did all they could.
In early 1998, Beaufort staff met with CEMH administrative staff, who expressed concerns about being able to deliver the same level of services they previously had.
CEMH already had a telemedicine set-up and it looked like this could be the solution for which Beaufort was looking -- a way to get a timely response without having counselors stop what they were doing to respond to the facility.