Mental Health Skill Building Services
Eligible persons must demonstrate a clinical necessity for the service arising from a condition due to mental, behavioral, or emotional illness, which results in significant functional impairments with major life activities.
Intensive In-Home Services
Intensive in-home (IIH) services for children and adolescents under age 21 are time-limited interventions provided in the individual’s residence, and when clinically necessary, in community settings. All IIH services are designed to specifically improve family dynamics, provide modeling, and the clinically necessary interventions that increase functional and therapeutic interpersonal relations between family members in the home.
Mobile Crisis Response
Mobile Crisis Response services provide intensive short-term mental health care to non-hospitalized individuals (of all ages) experiencing an acute crisis of a psychiatric nature. The goal is to address and stabilize the acute mental health needs at the earliest possible time with ongoing services...
A Plan of Care (POC) is required for all psychiatric services, including medication management. The initial Plan of Care (POC) shall be developed at the first appointment to address the immediate service,
Community Transition Services
Provides goal-directed, non-residential mental health support to enable individuals experiencing an acute crisis to achieve and maintain community stability and independence in the most appropriate, least restrictive environment.
Accepting Medallion 4, CCC Plus, and Medicaid Fee-for-Service plans from all VA Medicaid Managed Care Organizations including Aetna Better Health of VA, Anthem Healthkeepers Plus, Magellan Complete Care of Virginia, Optima/Sentara, United Healthcare/Optum, and VA Premier.