Mental Health Waiver Services
Each person enrolled in the waiver would participate in a Person-Centered Planning process leading to the development of an Individualized Recovery Plan. The plan, developed collaboratively with the participant and a DMHAS Community Support Clinician would include one or more of the following services:
Rehabilitative and Support Services:
Community Support Program (CSP) a flexible, team-based approach to community rehabilitation.
Peer Support an alternative or step-down and follow-up to CSP provided by a trained and certified peer specialist
Recovery Assistant homemaker, companion, personal care, and in-home respite services designed to help a participant maintain his/her own home.
Supported Employment an effective array of mental health supports designed to help participants find and sustain competitive employment.
Transitional Case Management services provided during the weeks prior to, and immediately following discharge from a nursing home, to help locate and set up a suitable apartment or other living arrangement.
Brief Episode Stabilization services designed to stabilize a participant in an emerging crisis situation or following discharge from an institutional level of care.
Personal Emergency Response System electronic device worn by individual to secure help in an emergency may include an electronic medication management system.
Residential Based Services
Assisted Living Service Agency - Personal care and services, provided in a licensed community care facility, provided to residents of the facility. This service includes 24 hour on site response staff.
Other Ancillary Services:
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