• Rehabilitative Mental Health Services

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    BST services are RMH interventions designed to reduce cognitive and behavioral impairments and restore recipients to their highest level of functioning. BST services are provided to recipients with age and developmentally inappropriate cognitive and behavioral skills. BST services help recipients acquire (learn) constructive cognitive and behavioral skills through positive reinforcement, modeling, operant conditioning and other training techniques. BST services teach recipients a variety of life skills.

    • Basic living and self-care skills: Recipients learn how to manage their daily lives, recipients learn safe and appropriate behaviors;

    • Social skills: Recipients learn how to identify and comprehend the physical, emotional and interpersonal needs of others-recipients learn how to interact with others;

    • Communication skills: Recipients learn how to communicate their physical, emotional and interpersonal needs to others. Recipients learn how to listen and identify the needs of others;

    • Parental training: Parental training teaches the recipient’s parent(s) and/or legal guardian(s) BST techniques. The objective is to help parents continue the recipient’s RMH care in home and community based settings. Parental training must target the restoration of recipient’s cognitive and behavioral mental health impairment needs. Parental training must be recipient centered;

    • Organization and time management skills: Recipients learn how to manage and prioritize their daily activities; and/or

    • Transitional living skills: Recipients learn necessary skills to begin partial independent and/or fully independent lives.



    PSR, Rehabilitative mental health interventions are designed to reduce psychosocial dysfunction and restore clients to their highest level of function. PSR services target psychological functioning and may include behavior management, social competency, problem identification and resolution, effective communication, moral reasoning, identity and emotional intimacy, self-sufficiency, life goals, and a sense of humor.

    • Rehabilitative Interventions: include enabling clients to verbalize thoughts, feelings, and ideas in a supportive environment; helping the client reduce disorientation, distraction, preoccupation with disturbing thoughts and rituals, withdrawal, level of anxiety, hospitality and/or depression; promoting the client’s development of feelings of self-esteem, self-worth, social adaptation, and hope.

    • Interpersonal Skills: deal primarily with communication skills, problem solving, assertiveness training, and goal setting.

    • Daily Living Skills: include activities leading to the enhancement of self care and personal hygiene; selection of food and appropriate eating skills and habits; management of living space and upkeep of personal belongings or property; health and safety; rational problem solving and decision making; retail purchasing, budgeting, and economic issues; medication use and management of symptoms.

    • Restorative Independent Living Skills: include interventions focusing on the development, enhancement, and support of the skills necessary to develop successful roles in the community (i.e., ethics development, time management, self-concept, stress reduction, coping skills, and work readiness skills).



    Case management services are comprehensive services and supports available to children and adults diagnosed with mild to serious mental illness who are in need of assistance with improving their quality of life and further enhancing their integration in the community. Case Management services operate from a strengths-based and recovery-oriented perspective. The level and intensity of services vary depending upon an individual’s clinical need, and services are provided on a continuum that allows maximum flexibility for the individual to move to a higher or lower level of care.

    • Individualized, person-centered treatment planning.
    • Linkages to housing, financial entitlement programs, social services, transportation, vocational and employment programs, medical, and dental care.
    • Collaboration with a QMHP and monitoring of functioning and status.