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Community Support Program

Community Support Programs (CSPs) are coordinated treatment programs for persons with severe and persistent mental illness services. The goal of CSPs is to assist and support people with mental illness to live as independently as possible in the community of their choice, and to live a meaningful, fulfilling life.

Community Support Program

Comprehensive Community Services

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) provides a recovery-focused approach to service provision to children and adults with mental health and/or substance abuse issues. Services will be provided in the community, will be flexible and will help the person achieve their vision of recovery. CCS can help people who need ongoing, comprehensive services to help them live, work, participate in their community, and ultimately reach a level of recovery in their illness.

Comprehensive Community Services

Coordinated Services Team

Coordinated Services Teams (CST) is a wraparound model of care for children with behavioral health issues. CST is targeted to children that are involved in two or more systems of care (such as mental health, long term care, juvenile justice, child welfare, substance abuse or special education) and who have complex needs

Coordinated Services Team

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