Home and Community-Based Services are available to people who are enrolled in a Health and Recovery Plan (HARP). Those enrolled in HARP are eligible for an enhanced package of benefits called Home and Community-Based Services. Enhanced Services include:
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
- Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment (CPST)
- Habilitation/Residential Support Services
- Family Support and Training
- Short-term Crisis Respite
- Intensive Crisis Respite
- Education Support Services
- Empowerment Services – Peer Support
- Pre-Vocational Services
- Transitional Employment
- Intensive Supported Employment (ISE)
- Ongoing Supported Employment
- Staff Transportation
- Non-Medical Patient Transportation (Note: As is already the case with medical transportation, non-medical transportation will be carved out of the Plan benefit, managed by a transportation manager based on the Plan of Care, and paid fee-for-service (FFS) directly to the transportation provider).
To qualify, a person must be 21 or older to be HARP eligible, be insured only by Medicaid and be eligible for Medicaid managed care.
Eligible individuals can contact their Health Home Care Coordinator or their insurance company’s member services department provider to learn more about Home and Community Based Services.