Targeted Case Management
Case management services are available to adults who are Medicaid eligible and have an Intellectual Disability (ID), other Developmental Disabilities (DD), or are eligible for the Brain Injury (BI) Waiver program. Persons must either be waiver eligible or demonstrate a need for coordination and assistance in at least two areas. We also provide services to children who are eligible for the ID Waiver program.
Service coordination services are 100% county funded. Persons in this program may or may not be eligible for Medicaid. Individuals must have one of the following disabilities to qualify: Intellectual Disability, other Development Disability, or Mental Illness currently under treatment. Persons served in this program are generally in need of long-term residential support or are in need of minimal community based services.
Integrated Health Program (IHP)
CSA’s Integrated Health Program provides whole health coordinated care for youth and adult, age 16 and older, with a serious mental illness or serious emotional disturbance who are Medicaid eligible. This program is designed to address the unique mental health, physical, and social needs of young people and their families as they transition into adulthood.
Integrated Services (ISA)
Integrated services utilizes a team approach to provide “wrap-around” support services to adults with disabilities. It is designed for individuals with multiple areas of support needs who have a Mental Illness, Intellectual Disability, or other Developmental Disability. The program blends Medicaid funding and county funding. Persons in this program may or may not be eligible for Medicaid.
Knowledge Empowers Youth (KEY)
The Knowledge Empowers Youth program utilizes a team approach to provide “wrap-around” support services to young adults, 17 ½ -25 years of age, who have a Mental Illness. This program uses a blend of Medicaid and county funding. Persons supported in this program may or may not be Medicaid eligible. This program is designed to assist individuals transitioning from the youth service system to the adult service system. It focuses on developing skills and increasing self-sufficiency and community integration through employment and education.