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    Programs that provide clinical therapeutic services, medication, daily living skills assistance and other mental health services for people who are unable to leave their homes because of the severity of their mental or emotional disturbance or the disabling effects of complicating medical conditions; for families with children experiencing a crisis that is so severe that the child is at imminent risk for hospitalization or placement in a residential treatment facility; or for people for whom home-based services are the most appropriate option.

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    Case/Care Management ServicesParsons Child and Family Center serves as the lead agency for the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver in 14 counties in Upstate New York. Essentially, the Waiver allows families access to services not previously paid by Medicaid. HCBS Waiver program is a cost-effective approach designed to provide services that enable youths to remain at home or in the community, decreasing the use of institutional placements. Services include: individualized care coordination, intensive in-home services, crisis response, family support, respite and skill building. All service plans are developed with the participant, parent-caretaker/ legal guardian, individualized care coordinator, and other supporters identified by the child and family.AlbanyHOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES WAIVER PROGRAM (HCBS)PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
    Case/Care Management ServicesParsons Child and Family Center provides families in Schenectady County with case management services for their children with emotional or behavioral concerns. The three services provided by this program are Family Advocacy, Supportive Case Management and Intensive Case management.AlbanySCHENECTADY FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICESPARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
    Mental Health ServicesSenior Adult In-Home Counseling is a service designed to help seniors maintain a healthy, independent lifestyle while reducing risk and isolation. Counselors who specialize in the unique strengths and stresses of older adults are available to meet with you in our offices or in your home for supportive counseling to address issues of aging, family relationships, depression, anxiety, and other concerns.AlbanySENIOR ADULT IN-HOME COUNSELINGJEWISH FAMILY SERVICES OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
    Parent/Family Support ServicesThe Intensive Aftercare Prevention Program is a community-based, in-home prevention service provided by a clinical team. Each team provides 6-8 hours per week per family of family counseling, individual counseling and wraparound casework support with six families whose children are at risk for placement, or for families whose children will be returning home from placement. IAPP focuses on strengthening the family unit by teaching adaptive parenting and safety skills to parents-guardians and teaching self-management and decision-making skills with identified youth. The purpose of this service is to prevent out-of-home placement or assist youth in returning home from placement. IAPP strives to assist in reducing the risk of further maltreatment (abuse-neglect) or youth served by the program.SchenectadyINTENSIVE AFTERCARE PREVENTION PROGRAM (IAPP)NORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY
    Support ServicesOffers intensive in-home clinical services which focus on skill building and family support for children or adolescents diagnosed with severe mental illness.ClintonHOME AND COMMUNITY BASED WAIVERBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Support ServicesThe In-Home Respite and Community Assistance Program is a short-term, intensive home and community based prevention service which offers a wide variety of supportive and skill building services to families where at least one child is at imminent risk of placement outside the home. Specially trained Clinical Case Managers are available to provide hands-on assistance to families six hours per week. This may include early morning hours to assist in the morning routine, afterschool hours, or evening hours to help with the bedtime routine. Services provided by the In-Home Respite & Community Assistance Program Clinical Case Managers include: therapeutic recreation; parenting skills training; developing a structured home environment; supporting or creating intervention plans. The goal of the program is to address the identified problems in the home that are related to the child’s risk of placement or that may be needed to reduce risk of psychiatric hospitalization/ re-hospitalization. Clients are seen at least once a week in their home. Services are provided from a trauma informed approach.SchenectadyIN-HOME RESPITE AND COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IHR)NORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY

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