Adult Community Based Services
- Having significant impairment in three areas to include maintaining hygiene, meeting nutritional needs, caring for business affairs, obtaining medical, legal, and housing services, recognizing common danger or hazards to oneself, failure to perform daily living tasks without support from others, inability to carry out homemaker roles and maintaining a safe living situation.
- Individuals must also have two or more issues that include high use of hospitalization or crisis services, major symptoms that put the individual at risk of harm to self or others, co-existing substance abuse, high risk for criminal justice involvement, chronically homeless, or inability to participate in traditional clinic based services.
Individuals will receive assistance in learning how to access transportation and community resources including medical services and build skills in budgeting, cooking, maintaining hygiene, nutrition, housekeeping, and keeping safe.
These individuals may also require assistance in the development and/or maintenance of social support systems (including church, volunteering, work, leisure, and support groups such or AA).
Criteria includes two or more hospitalizations in the last 12 months, medical issues, constant suicidal ideation or self injurious behavior, legal issues, recurrent incarceration, probation/parole, homelessness or at risk of being homeless, and/or having a co-occurring disorder. These individuals may have tried a lower level of care and found it was insufficient.