ARMHS (Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services)

Brief description of ARMHS:

Services that enable a recipient to develop and enhance psychiatric stability, social competencies, personal and emotional adjustment, and independent living and community skills, when these abilities are impaired by the symptoms of mental illness. It also helps to enable a recipient to retain stability and functioning if the recipient is at risk of losing significant functionality or being admitted to a more restrictive service setting without these services.

 

The service instructs, assists, and supports a recipient in areas such as
medication education and monitoring and basic social and living skills in mental
illness symptom management, household management, employment-related, or
transitioning to community living.

 

Clients will meet with a qualified ARMHS Practitioner either at the client's home, or in their community.

Eligibility for services:
To be eligible, individuals must be age 18 or older, diagnosed with a severe
mental illness and suffer from functional impairments, and have insurance
coverage of Medical Assistance or other plan with ARMHS services coverage. 

 

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CTSS (Child Therapeutic Services and Supports)

Brief description of CTSS:

CTSS is a mental a mental health service for children between the ages of 0-20. It provides rehabilitation of functions impaired by mental health disorders. It focuses on restoring functions lost as a result of a mental health disorder. It is a service that helps children return back to normal development through therapeutic and rehabilitative levels of interventions. Skills training focuses on helping clients learn specific skills to alleviate or minimize the symptoms of the mental health diagnosis. 

 

Recipients must meet all of the following criteria: Be under the age of 21 years, have a diagnostic assessment stating that they have a primary diagnosis of an emotional disturbance such as Anxiety, ADHD, Emotional Behavioral Disorder,Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder etc. In addition, all recipients must meet a medical necessity and a completion of an assessment of level of care.