Whether it’s coping with a mental health or substance use issue or living with an intellectual disability, behavioral health issues can affect your daily life in many profound ways. It can also make independence a challenge. Horizon’s case managers ensure that clients get the treatment they need. Our professionals meet with clients to make sure they are satisfied with the services they are receiving and to assess the need for additional services at Horizon and in the community.
Criteria for Admission: Proof of documentation that a psychological evaluation has been done to diagnose an individual’s intellectual disability prior to age 18. A child under 6 years old will require developmental testing.
There are four primary types of waivers:
- Section 1115 Research & Demonstration Projects
- Section 1915(b) Managed Care Waivers
- Section 1915(c) Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
- Concurrent Section 1915(b) and 1915 (c) Waivers
Criteria for Admission: Proof of documentation that a psychological evaluation was done to diagnose an individual’s intellectual disability prior to age 18. A child under 6 years old will require developmental testing. There must also be deficits related to level of functioning.
Criteria for Admission: There must be documentation of the presence of a substance related disorder which meets Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders -5 criteria.
Criteria for Admission: For adults, there must be documentation of the presence of serious mental illness. For children or adolescents there must be documentation of a serious emotional disturbance or a risk of serious emotional disturbance.
Criteria for Admission: Children are referred to this service through the Comprehensive Services Act (CSA).
Criteria for Admission: Per the U.S. Department of Justice Settlement Agreement with the Commonwealth of Virginia, a monthly face to face meeting is required with clients that: a) receive services from a provider with a Conditional or Provisional License, b) have more intensive behavioral or medical needs as defined by the Supports Intensity Scale (SIS), c) have an interruption of service greater than thirty days, d) encounter the crisis system for a serious crisis or, for multiple less serious crises, within a three month period, e) have transitioned from a Training Center within the previous twelve months, f) resides in a congregate setting licensed for five or more individuals, or g) lives in a congregate setting of five or more individuals.