Our Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) for behavioral health and substance use disorders are provided in the community or in the home of the individual receiving the services. New York State designed these integrated Medicaid Managed Care benefits to help individuals move forward in their recovery.
Each individual receives services that are recovery-oriented and evidenced-based. It is our intent to reach individuals where they are and help them to build lifelong skills. We assist individuals by exploring their interests, connecting them to services in the community, overcoming barriers, and by celebrating their strengths. An individual is eligible for Home and Community-Based Services if they are part of a Health Home, and if their Health Home has identified them as eligible for HCBS.
Helio Health Empowerment Services — Peer Supports gives peers the opportunity to assist those struggling with their mental health or substance use disorder to move forward in recovery.
Helio Health Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services are intended to help the individual who is experiencing barriers with their behavioral health or substance use disorder. We work with people who are experiencing difficulty with interpersonal or social skills and how they interact with their environment.
Helio Health Habilitation Services help individuals with substance use or mental health disorders maintain or achieve a residence in the community.
Helio Health Family Support and Training Services engage families in the recovery process. An individual must request this service. It is a person-centered, trauma-informed approach.
Our Educational Support Services assist individuals with behavioral health challenges or a substance use disorder begin or return to school, learn a trade, or obtain training in order to reenter the workforce.
Our Prevocational Services are designed for those in recovery who are looking to explore new or different work experiences. These are time-limited services that help prepare individuals for volunteering or employment.
Our Transitional Employment services help individuals who have a behavioral health or substance use disorder obtain the skills they need to achieve competitive employment. We also focus on helping participants improve their non-job-related proficiencies to improve their chances of getting hired.
Our Intensive Supportive Employment offers support to those recovering from mental health or substance use disorders so they can obtain and maintain gainful employment. Our program uses the evidenced-based Individual Placement Support model for training, which is supports-based and person-centered.
Ongoing Supportive Employment is a service that is performed after an individual obtains competitive employment. This service is available for as long as an individual feels they need it.
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Syracuse, NY 13202
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