Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services (BHRS)
Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services (BHRS), formerly known as the “Wrap Around” program, is a short-term, intensive program designed to meet the social, emotional and behavioral health needs of children from birth to age 21. This program helps children and adolescents whose behavior or mental health symptoms are leading to issues at home, in school and/or in their community. The purpose of this program is to surround the child with the care and the behavioral support needed to improve their behavior and/or reduce their symptoms. This service can be provided in the home, school and/or community.
TSS - Therapeutic Staff Support (combined with other services)
MT - Mobile Therapy
BSC - Behavioral Specialist Consultant
BSL - Licensed Behavioral Specialist Consultant
Brief MT or Brief BSC- this is a service that is provided without TSS or other supports but is usually authorized for 9 months instead of just 6 months.
- Children from birth to age 21
- Mental Health diagnosis and a Medical Assistance Card (If child does not have MA card, she/he may be eligible for one if an evaluation yields a qualifying disability)
- Service Delivered in the child's environment including home, school and community settings
To request more information about this program, please contact us.