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.
- Specialized Medical Equipment
- Home Accessibility Adaptations
- Non-medical transportation
- Adult Day Health
- Home Delivered Meals
- Chore Services
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