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Behavioral Health Agencies 

Behavioral Health Agencies specialize in providing mental health and substance abuse services to individuals who require waiver-funded support. Services may include therapy, counseling, medication management, and case management.

Most Common Behavioral Health Provider Types

The availability of these Behavioral Health provider types and the specific services they offer may vary by location. However, you not worry with The Waiver Consulting Group's 20 years of experience on your side. 

BHA Provider Types

Community Mental Health Centers

Community mental health centers offer a wide range of mental health services, including therapy, counseling, psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and case management. They serve individuals with mental health conditions and provide comprehensive care in outpatient settings.

Substance Abuse Treatment Centers

These agencies focus specifically on providing services for individuals with substance use disorders. They offer assessments, individual and group therapy, detoxification programs, medication-assisted treatment, relapse prevention, and counseling services.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

Dual diagnosis treatment centers specialize in providing integrated care for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. They address both conditions simultaneously, offering comprehensive assessment, therapy, and treatment options.

Outpatient Counseling Centers

Outpatient counseling centers provide therapy and counseling services for individuals with mental health or substance use concerns. They offer individual and group therapy sessions, psychoeducation, and support for individuals and their families.

Psychiatric Facility Provider

Psychiatric facilities provide acute inpatient and outpatient care for individuals with severe mental health conditions. These hospitals offer comprehensive assessment, crisis stabilization, medication management, therapy, and discharge planning.

Specialized Therapy Providers

These agencies offer specialized therapies tailored to the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. Examples include occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, and sensory integration therapy.

Case Management Agencies:

Case Management Agencies: Case management agencies play a crucial role in coordinating services and supports for individuals with behavioral health needs. They collaborate with individuals, healthcare providers, and other stakeholders to develop individualized care plans and ensure access to appropriate services.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams

ACT teams are multidisciplinary teams that provide intensive community-based support for individuals with severe mental illness. They offer a range of services, including therapy, medication management, case management, and assistance with daily living.

Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs)

PHPs offer structured, intensive day treatment programs for individuals with mental health or substance use disorders. These programs provide therapy, counseling, medication management, and support services while allowing individuals to live at home or in a community setting.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs)

IOPs provide more intensive treatment than traditional outpatient counseling, typically consisting of several sessions per week. They offer therapy, group counseling, psychoeducation, relapse prevention, and support services for individuals with mental health or substance use disorders.

Peer Support Programs

Peer support programs utilize individuals with lived experience of mental health or substance use challenges to provide support, mentorship, and advocacy to others. These programs offer a unique form of support through shared experiences and understanding.

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