The Adult Mental Health Habilitation program is a package of specialized services to help meet the habilitative goals of consumers with long-term behavioral health needs. The services are similar to other programs that offer skills training, therapy, medication support, case management and other services. However, they are specialized in their design to help individuals maintain and sustain their current level of functioning in an attempt to avoid a reduction in functioning level. AMHH services also provide training and support for family members, friends and other unpaid caregivers.
To be eligible, individuals must:
- Be at least 19 years of age
- Have an Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment of three or higher
- Be enrolled in an eligible Medicaid program
- Have a qualifying mental health diagnosis
- Live in a community-based setting
Individuals currently receiving services through a community mental health center can ask their provider for additional information. Individuals who are not currently involved with a CMHC but think they may qualify may contact their local community mental health center or call the Division of Mental Health and Addiction at 317-232-7800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.