• Home and Community Based Services HCBS

  • Services

    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 minimum 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.