The Intensive In-Home (IIH) service is a team approach designed to address the
identified needs of children and adolescents who, due to serious and chronic symptoms
of an emotional, behavioral, or substance use disorder, are unable to remain stable in
the community without intensive interventions. This service may only be provided to
beneficiaries through age 20. This medically necessary service directly addresses the beneficiary’s mental health or substance use disorder diagnostic and clinical needs. The
needs are evidenced by the presence of a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional
disturbance (as defined by DSM-5, or any subsequent editions of this reference
material), with documentation of symptoms and effects reflected in the Comprehensive
Clinical Assessment and the Person-Centered Plan (PCP). This team provides a variety of clinical rehabilitative interventions available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365
days per year.
CST services consist of community-based mental health and substance abuse rehabilitation services and necessary supports provided through a team approach to assist adults in achieving rehabilitative and recovery goals. It is intended for individuals with mental illness, substance abuse disorders, or both who have complex and extensive treatment needs. CST is designed to reduce presenting psychiatric or substance abuse symptoms and promote symptom stability, restore the individual’s community living and interpersonal skills, provide first responder intervention and deescalate the current crisis, and ensure linkage to community services and resources.
Psychosocial rehabilitation (also termed psychiatric rehabilitation or PSR) promotes personal recovery, successful community integration and satisfactory quality of life for persons who have a mental illness or mental health concern. Psychosocial rehabilitation services and supports are collaborative, person directed, and individualized, and an essential element of the human services spectrum. They focus on helping individuals develop skills and access resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful and satisfied in the living, working, learning and social environments of their choice and include a wide continuum of services and supports.
Medication management is a treatment system to ensure that patients are receiving optimal therapeutic outcomes for the prescription medications that they may be taking. Medication management is a cumulative effort to ensure that drugs are being used as prescribed while limiting chances for abuse and to ensure that patients are educated and able to use the prescription properly for their specific ailment.