Behavioral Health Home and Community Based Services

 

Our Behavioral Health Home and Community Based Services (BH HCBS) provide support for individuals with serious mental health and substance abuse disorders or those who participate in HIV Special Needs Plans.


Behavioral Support

Psychosocial Rehabilitation - This program works to restore all aspects of an individual's independence--including health, socialization and community integration. This can take place in the home or community.

Our staff works with an individual to hone skills that need improvement. For example, if a person is struggling maintaining friendships during recovery, our staff will counsel in social skills and help with recreational activities.

Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment - Mental health and substance abuse counseling is provided conveniently in the comfort of the individual's home. This is ideal for individuals who've had little success in an outpatient program.

Habilitation - Our Habilitation program is designed to teach individuals with a behavioral health diagnosis practical life skills, with a goal of gaining the ability to reside in their homes and communities.

Family Support and Training - For individuals wishing to include their families in the recovery process, this service provides guidance on treatment regimens, recovery, and medication education for the individual's family members.

 

Employment Support

Pre-vocational Services - Individuals are prepared for employment through skill building, including work compliance, attendance, task completion, problem solving and safety. Participants will gain work experience to prepare for job placement and career development.

Intensive Supported Employment - Assists individuals with obtaining or keeping competitive employment.

Ongoing Supported Employment - Once an individual obtains employment, this service provides ongoing support indefinitely or as needed to ensure the individual maintains employment.

 

Peer Support

Individuals who are in recovery may voluntarily share their personal experiences to help others with recovery. Program components include advocacy, outreach, engagement, self-help tools, recovery support, transitional support and pre-crisis and crisis support.

 

Education Support Services 

This program is designed for individuals who wish to attend school or a training program in order to reach a vocational goal. The Education Specialist will help navigate the disabilities services system, explore financial aide and attend classes to help the individual improve skills such as note taking, attention, organizing, planning and working memory.

 

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