ARMHS

We provide ARMHS services in the home and in the community. Our goal is to support, assist, instruct and educate. The purpose of the program is to strengthen social and living skills that are essential to everyday living.


Who can receive ARMHS services?

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • A recent diagnostic assessment by a qualified mental health professional that indicates that ARMHS services would be beneficial
  • Consumers have a diagnosed medical condition, such as mental illness or traumatic brain injury
  • Consumers have impairment functional difficulty with  due to medical diagnosis
  • Consumer has Medical Assistance  or other approved payer

Types of Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services

Mental Health Basic Skills

This category helps individuals become actively in their daily living. It assists, instructs and supports the person receiving ARMHS based on their individual needs.

 

Areas of focus could include:

  • Cooking and nutrition
  • Symptom management
  • Employment skills
  • Medication management
  • Relapse prevention
  • Communication Skills
  • Household management
  • Budgeting

Community Intervention

This services the rehabilitation provider works on behalf of the consumer to break down the barriers that are common to community integration and independence. Helping to avoid hospitalization.

 

Transition to Community Living

This service is designed to help maintain contact between the rehabilitation provider and the consumer. This service is designed to assist with discharge from a hospital, residential treatment or Nursing Home and successfully integrate back into the community.

 

Medication Education

This service is designed to help the consumer understand the mental illness that they may have and the symptoms related to it. The rehabilitation provider will help the consumer understand the medication they are taking and the possible side effects that could occur. If medication set-up is necessary, the provider can coordinate with a nurse to provide that need.