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Service Type Description Age
Care Coordination Coordinates participant care, develops Person-centered Plan of Care and assists individuals with gaining access to needed 1915(i) and other services. 0+
Training and Supports for Unpaid Caregivers Service directed to individuals providing unpaid support to a recipient of 1915(i) services. Services are provided for the purpose of preserving, educating, and supporting the family and/ or support system of the individual. 0+
Community Transitional Services Non-recurring basic household set-up expenses for individuals transitioning from certain institutions to a private residence where the person is directly responsible for his or her own living expenses.  0+
Benefits Planning  Assists individuals considering employment with making informed decisions regarding public benefits and work incentives. Counselors are knowledgeable on public benefits, including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicare, Medicaid etc. 0+
Non-Medical Transportation Assists participants with transportation needs to gain access to services, activities and resources, as specified by their plan of care. 0+
Respite Provided to participants unable to care for themselves. Furnished on a short-term basis because of the absence or need for relief of persons who normally provide care for the participant. 0 through 20
Prevocational Training Assists participants with developing general, non-job-task-specific strengths and skills that contribute to paid employment. Six months prior to 18th birthday
Supported Education Assists participants who want to start or return to school or formal training. 5+
Supported Employment Assists participants with obtaining and keeping competitive employment. 14+
Housing Support Services Assists participants with accessing and maintaining stable housing in the community. Six months prior to 18th birthday
Family Peer Support Delivered to families caring for a 1915(i) participant, under the age of 18, by trained and certified Peer Support Specialists with lived experience as a parent or primary caregiver who has navigated child serving systems on behalf of their child(ren) with social, emotional, developmental, health and/or behavioral healthcare needs. 0 through 17
Peer Support Trained and certified individuals with lived experience as recipients of behavioral health services promote hope, self-determination, and skills to participants to achieve long-term recovery from a behavioral health disorder. 18+