MHSS is a training service for individuals with significant mental illness. Hidden Roots’ service is designed to train individuals in functional skills and appropriate behaviors related to the individual’s health and safety, activities of daily living, and utilization of community resources as well as assistance with medication management and monitoring of their physical and behavioral health.
Mobile Crisis Response
Mobile Crisis Response provides rapid response, assessment and early intervention to individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis. This service is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The purpose of this service includes prevention of acute exacerbation of symptoms, prevention of harm to the individual or others, provision of quality intervention in the least restrictive setting, and development of an immediate plan to maintain safety in order to prevent the need for a higher level
Community Stabilization services are short-term and designed to support an individual and their natural support system following contact with an initial crisis response service or as a diversion to a higher level of care. Providers deliver community stabilization services in an individual’s natural environment and provide referral and linkage to other community based services at the appropriate level of care. Interventions may include brief therapeutic and skill building interventions, engagement of natural supports, interventions to integrate
Intensive Outpatient 2.1
Intensive Outpatient Services 2.1 for adolescents and adults, this level of care typically consists of 9 or more hours of service a week or 6 or more hours for adults and adolescents respectively to treat multidimensional instability. Level 2 encompasses services that are capable of meeting the complex needs of people with addiction and co-occurring conditions. It is an organized outpatient service that delivers treatment services during the day, before or after work or school, in the evening, and/or on weekends. A detailed description of the services typically offered in this level of care, the care setting and how to identify what patients would benefit best from these services based on an ASAM dimensional needs assessment.
Intensive In Home
Provides intensive in-home services and crisis intervention to children and adolescents to help improve home safety for families at risk of abuse or neglect and in need of out-of-home placement. The intensive in-home services program combines skill-based intervention, which is designed to support and empower the family as well as utilize the strengths of families.
Substance Abuse Case Management
Substance use case management services assist individuals and their family members in accessing needed medical, psychiatric, psychological, social, educational, vocational, recovery, and other supports essential to meeting the individual's basic needs.
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Medication Training & Support
Medication training and support services consist of education and guidance about medications and their possible side effects. It is curriculum-based training and guidance that serves as an initial orientation for the person in understanding the nature of their mental illnesses or emotional disturbances and the role of medications in ensuring symptom reduction and increased tenure in the community.
Crisis intervention services are intensive community-based one-to-one services provided to persons who require services to control acute symptoms that place the person at immediate risk of hospitalization, incarceration, or placement in a more restrictive treatment setting.
This service includes assessment, behavioral skills training, problem-solving, and reality orientation to help a person identify and manage their symptoms of mental illness, and cope with stressors. Crisis intervention services may be provided in extended observation or crisis residential units. Crisis intervention services may not be provided to a person who is currently admitted to a crisis stabilization unit.
Day Program for Acute Needs (Texas Services)
Day programs for acute needs provide short term, intensive treatment to an eligible persons who is 18 years of age or older and who requires multidisciplinary treatment to stabilize acute psychiatric symptoms or prevent admission to a more restrictive setting.
This service focuses on intensive, medically-oriented, multidisciplinary interventions such as behavior skills training, crisis management, and nursing services that are designed to stabilize acute psychiatric symptoms.
Skill Training & Development
Skills training and development is training provided to an eligible person or primary caregiver on behalf of an eligible adult, child, or youth. Skills training and supportive interventions focus on the improvement of communication skills, appropriate interpersonal behaviors, and other skills necessary for independent living or, when age appropriate, functioning effectively with family, peers, and teachers.
Psychosocial rehabilitative services are social, behavioral, and cognitive interventions
provided by members of a person’s therapeutic team that build on strengths and focus on restoring the person’s ability to develop and maintain social relationships, occupational or educational achievement, and other independent living skills.