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Behavioral Health Services

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Targeted Case Management Services

  • Comprehensive Assessment and Periodic Re-Assessments

  • Development of Care Plan

  • Referral & Related Activities

  • Monitor & Follow-up Activities

  • Collateral Contacts

  • Services Furnished to Assist with Community Supports


Case Managers also provide assistance to consumers when applying for:

  • Supplemental Security Income

  • Social Security Disability Income

  • Medical Assistance

  • Food Stamps

  • Fuel Assistance

Rehabilitative Services

Rehabilitative services include medical or remedial services that are recommended by a physician or other licensed practitioner of the healing arts within their scope of practice according to state law for maximum reduction of physical or mental disability and restoration of a member to their best possible functional level.


  • Behavioral Intervention Services
    Behavioral intervention is a service to identify responsive actions by an individual to stimuli and to develop and facilitate the implementation of an intervention regimen that will reduce, modify, or eliminate undesirable responses. This intervention is a comprehensive rehabilitative service that trains new positive behaviors to replace unwanted behavior through positive reinforcement of the desired behavior (i.e., reducing anxiety through deep breathing, reducing self-harm behavior by reinforcing replacement behavior).

  • Crisis Intervention
    Emergency behavioral health therapeutic intervention is intended to assist in a crisis situation. Crisis intervention seeks to stabilize the individual’s mental state and prevent immediate harm to the individual or others.

  • Skills Restoration
    Skills restoration is a time-limited service that assists an individual with restoring needed and desired skills such as daily living/independent living skills to improve the individual’s behavioral health diagnoses and symptoms to meet rehabilitation goals.

  • Skills Integration
    Skills Integration is a service designed to support an individual in the community in their efforts to apply and integrate those life skills that have been learned in their therapy programs. The individual typically requires support for cueing/modeling of appropriate behavioral and life skills in order to maximize their skills and prevent need for higher levels of care.

  • Daily Living Activity
    Through Rehabilitative Services and under the guidance of Case Managers, consumers learn skills that are included in their recovery plans. These skills lead to independent living and can include:

    • Housekeeping

    • Laundry

    • Hygiene

    • Grooming

    • Grocery shopping, meal planning, and nutrition

    • Budgeting

  • Socialization Activities
    This service is designed for consumer’s Scope of Service to build a sense of community that is essential for recovery. This includes encouraging and assisting consumers to increase their connections within the community at large through formal and informal activities (social, recreational, cultural, etc.)​.

Medication Guidance & Education

Under the self-administered medication program, a Prairie Harvest Mental Health nurse is available on a weekly basis, or as needed, to review, update and educate consumers about medications and medical issues or questions.

  • A Prairie Harvest Mental Health nurse assists consumers with any medical concerns they have

  • Notifies the appropriate medical staff

  • Schedules appointments

  • Arranges for annual physical, dental and vision exams

  • Compiles medical histories for consumers

  • Maintains emergency data forms

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