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Services We Offer:


Offering a wide range of services:


Behavior Analysis Services


As Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Certified Associate Behavior Analyst, it is their responsibility to design and develop an individualized behavior management plan for your child. They are also responsible for either implementing or ensuring that it is implemented in whatever environment is appropriate. The BCBA/CABA will teach parents, caregivers, siblings, and other family members the behavior plan to ensure that it is used properly wherever your recipient may go. It is also their job to monitor the plan and re-evaluate it often to make sure that your recipient continues to progress at a steady rate. They will write monthly progress notes that summarize this progress in addition to recording data and completing graphs to demonstrate the progress. If these graphs do not demonstrate the expected progress, it is the BCBA/CABA that will complete additional assessments, if necessary, and modify the program to ensure that progress begins again. If your recipient needs to complete a comprehensive assessment they also may conduct by a BCBA/CABA if your recipient has approved for this service.


Behavior Assistance

 Behavior assistant services are one-on-one activities related to the delivery of behavior analysis services, as defined under Behavior Analysis Services Plan. Activities include monitoring of behavior analysis services, the implementation of behavioral procedures for acquisition of replacement skills and reduction of problematic behaviors, data collection and display (e.g., graphics) as authorized by a recipient's behavior analysis service plan and assist the person certified as a behavior analyst, in training of caregivers. 


Mental Health Therapy

This service is provided by a Licensed Mental Health Counselor or Counselors under LMH supervision, focusing on the unique treatment for persons with mental illness and developmental disabilities.  Specialized Mental Health Services are services provided to maximize the reduction of a recipient’s mental illness and restoration to the best possible functional level. Specialized mental health services focus on the unique treatment of psychiatric disorders and rehabilitation for impairments for persons with developmental disabilities and mental illness. These services include specialized individual, group and family therapy provided to recipients using techniques appropriate to this population.

Specialized mental health services include information gathering and assessment, diagnosis, development of a plan of care (treatment plan)  in coordination with the recipient's support plan, mental health interventions designed to help the recipient meet the goals identified on the support plan, medication management and discharge planning This specialized treatment will integrate the mental health interventions with the overall service and supports to enhance emotional and behavioral functions.


Targeted Case Management


Targeted Case Management Services is to assist individuals in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services.

The primary goal of mental health targeted case management is to optimize the functioning of recipients who have complex needs by coordinating the provision of quality treatment and support services in the most efficient and effective manner. Services and service frequency should accurately reflect the individual needs, goals, and abilities of each recipient and must not simply reflect the Medicaid maximum allowable for the service


CJA Support Care Services


Respite Care

Respite Care is a service that provides supportive care and supervision to a beneficiary when the primary caregiver is unable to perform these duties due to a planned brief absence, an emergency absence or when the caregiver is available, but temporarily physically unable to care for or supervise the beneficiary.

This service may be provided in the beneficiary’s own home, family home or foster home. The beneficiary may also go to a licensed group, foster home, or assisted living facility to receive the service. Overnight respite care can be provided only in the beneficiary’s own home, family home, licensed foster home, ALF, or Home for Specials Services.


Personal Care Assistance



Life Skills



Therapeutic Mentoring Services

Therapeutic Mentoring offers structured, one-to-one, strength-based support services between a therapeutic mentor and a youth for the purpose of addressing daily living, social, and communication needs. Therapeutic Mentoring services include supporting, coaching, and training the youth in age-appropriate behaviors, interpersonal communication, problem-solving and conflict resolution, and relating appropriately to other youth, as well as adults, in recreational and social activities pursuant to a behavioral health treatment plan developed by an outpatient, or In-Home Therapy provider in concert with the family, and youth whenever possible, or Individual Care Plan (ICP) for youth in ICC.  These services help to ensure the youth’s success in navigating various social contexts, learning new skills and making functional progress, while the Therapeutic Mentor offers supervision of these interactions and engages the youth in discussions about strategies for effective handling of peer interactions.




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