Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR): Rehabilitation counseling and other activities to help individuals reduce functional deficits and deal with other barriers caused by their behavioral health condition.
Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment (CPST): Short-term, mobile interventions focused on achieving particular Plan of Care goals, designated for individuals who have not benefited fully from site-based programs.
Habilitation/Residential Support: Training to help individuals develop the skills necessary to successfully live in home and community-based settings, including communication, self-help, and instruction in day-to-day activities.
Family Support and Training: Training to help the families engage with an individual’s treatment and recovery process.
Mobile Crisis Intervention: Services for individuals who are experiencing or at imminent risk of having a psychiatric crisis, designed to interrupt the crisis and provide immediate resolution.
Short-Term Crisis Respite: Short-term intervention for individuals facing problems that could cause escalation of their behavioral health symptoms which require on-site supports.
Intensive Crisis Respite: Short-term residential intervention for individuals facing a serious behavioral health crisis, such as suicidal or homicidal ideation or acute escalation of behavioral health symptoms.
Empowerment Services- Peer Supports: Peer-delivered services to promote management of BH symptoms, focusing on natural supports and recovery principals.
Non-Medical Transportation: Transportation services that are needed so that individuals can get access to other HCBS services (only for non-routine services, NOT for ongoing treatment).
Pre-vocational Services: Services to prepare an individual for paid or unpaid employment. Provides learning and work experiences to help develop general skills.
Transitional Employment: Services to strengthen an individual’s work record and prepare them for competitive employment at or above the minimun wage offered.
Intensive Support Employment: Services that assist individuals obtain and keep competitive employment at or above minimum wage. Individual employment support services are individualized, person-centered services providing participants with on-going support to learn new skills to maintain a job in a competitive employment or self-employment arrangement.
Ongoing Supportive Employment: This service is provided after a participant successfully obtains and becomes oriented to competitive and integrated employment. Individual employment support services are individualized, person-centered services providing participants with on-going support to learn new skills to maintain a job in a competitive employment or self-employment arrangement.