Behavioral Services


Behavioral Support services are preventive and consultative services that focus on long-term behavioral supports to improve and maintain a person’s long-term health, attitude, and behavior rather than short-term responses to immediate crises. Behavioral Support services assist to improve the person’s independence and inclusion in their community. 

Family Training


 Family Training services provides coaching, consultation and other professional supports services offered to families or unpaid primary caregivers of persons enrolled in the Wavier. The training focuses on how to improve the caregivers support and the person or gain a better understanding of the services outlined in the person's ISP/Plan of Care. 

Family Training may be delivered by clinical professionals or by qualified peers, i.e., a qualified peer is an individual who meets the qualifications and standards as a family training provider. Family Training is available both as a one-to-one service for a person , and in small-group settings not to exceed 1:4. A person served through the waiver may utilize both one-to-one and small group Family Training services. 

In Home Support



In-Home Support Services are provided to eligible persons in their home or the home of an unpaid caregiver. In-Home Support Services include periodic support to assist the primary caregiver and/or to enable the person to live independently while participating in activities to the fullest extent possible.

Respite Care



What is Respite Care?

Respite services provide relief to a person’s family or primary caregiver. Our respite services are designed to enable them to participate in scheduled or unscheduled time away from the person, while preventing gaps in the delivery of the person’s services.  


Respite Care Services Include:

  • Daily or hourly respite
  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • Coordination and provision of transportation and access to community activities
  • Monitoring the person’s health and physical condition, as well as assistance with other medical needs

One Time Transitional


The Transition to Independence Process Program is an evidence-based practice for youth that range between 14 to 29 years of age.  The program helps young adults transiting from young adults as well as those transitioning from foster care by using the following model: Seven TIP Core Practice Modules (SCORA, What’s UP, Rationales, SODAS, In-Vivo, Strength Discovery/Needs Assessment, Future’s Planning). As a result youth are able to move towards independence in life.   

Sexual Education



Sex education helps vulnerable populations gain the information, skills and motivation to make healthy decisions about sex and sexuality.  Our education classes are designed for individuals with metal illness and/or intellectual disabilities. Services Include: 

  • Human Development (including reproduction, puberty, sexual orientation, and gender identity) 
  • Relationships (including families, friendships, romantic relationships and dating)
  • Personal Skills (including communication, negotiation, and decision-making)
  • Sexual Behavior (including abstinence and sexuality throughout life)
  • Sexual Health (including sexually transmitted diseases, contraception, and pregnancy)
  • Society and Culture (including gender roles, diversity, and sexuality in the media)