• Intensive Crisis Stabilization is a short-term alternative to inpatient hospitalization. Intensive crisis stabilization is structured treatment and support activities provided by a mental health crisis team in the person’s home or in another community setting.
  • Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities  (ICF/IID) provides  24-hour intensive supervision, health, and rehabilitative services as well as basic needs to people with developmental disabilities.


  • Medication Review is the evaluation and monitoring of medicines used to treat a person’s mental health condition, their effects, and the need for continuing or changing their medicines.


  • Mental Health Therapy and Counseling for Adults, Children and Families includes therapy or counseling designed to help improve functioning and relationships with other people.


  • Nursing Home Mental Health Assessment and Monitoring includes a review of a nursing home resident’s need and response to mental health treatment, along with consultations with nursing home staff.


  • Supports Coordination or Targeted Case Management: A Supports Coordinator or Case Manager helps write an individual plan of service and makes sure the services are delivered. His or her role is to listen to a person’s goals and to help find the services and providers that will help achieve the goals. A supports coordinator or case manager may also connect a person to resources in the community for employment, community living, education, public benefits, and recreational activities.


  • Treatment Planning assists the person and those of his/her choosing in the development and periodic review of the individual plan of services.


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