Collateral Outpatient Therapy
Collateral services are face-to-face encounters with a parent/caregiver/ guardian, school personnel or others in a position supervision of a beneficiary younger than 21. Services cannot be provided without written approval from a beneficiary's parent or legal guardian/representative.
Partial hospitalization is a short-term, intensive treatment (four to six weeks, fewer than 24 hours per day) for adults and children individuals not effectively served in community-based or intensive outpatient programs due to substance use, mental health co-occurring disorders.
Creates a beneficiary's individualized plan for services needed for maximum recovery and restoration to the best possible functional level.
Residential Services for Substance Use Disorders
Residential treatment providing intensive treatment and skills building in a structured, supportive environment for children and adults entering alcohol/drug addiction recovery. Twenty-four-hour live-in facilities offer planned, structured care to help beneficiaries make necessary changes to live a drug- or alcohol-free lives.
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
(Substance use only)
Provides effective intervention strategies for individuals with non-dependent substance use disorders prior to the need for more extensive, specialized care.
Assertive Community Treatment
(Mental health only)
Provides services for beneficiaries through a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals ranging from assessment, case management and individual, family and group outpatient therapy to peer support, mobile crisis intervention and basic living skills training.
Comprehensive Community Support Services
(Mental health only)
A robust array of community support services to enable beneficiaries to live independently in the community through skills training to reduce mental health disorder symptoms and restore the beneficiary to their best possible functional level.
Therapeutic Rehabilitation Program (Mental health only)
Rehabilitative service for adults with serious mental illnesses and youth/children younger than 21 with a serious emotional disability. Services focus on social, personal and daily living skills and aim to maximize mental health disorder symptom reduction and restore the beneficiary’s best possible functional level. Services are delivered individually or in a group.
Additional services may be available from the Department for Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disabilities. Call (502) 564-4527 for additional information.
907 KAR 15:005 (Definitions for 907 KAR Chapter 15.)
907 KAR 15:010 (Coverage provisions and requirements regarding behavioral health
services provided by individual behavioral health providers, behavioral health provider
groups and behavioral health multi-specialty groups)
907 KAR 15:020 (Coverage provisions and requirements regarding services provided
by behavioral health services organizations)
907 KAR 15:040 (Coverage provisions and requirements regarding targeted case
management for individuals with a substance use disorder.)
907 KAR 15:050 (Coverage provisions and requirements regarding targeted case
management for individuals with a mental health or substance use disorder and chronic
or complex physical health issues)
907 KAR 15:060 (Coverage provisions and requirements regarding targeted case
management for individuals with a severe mental illness and children with a severe
907 KAR 15:070 (Coverage provisions and requirements regarding services provided
by residential crisis stabilization units)
907 KAR 15:080 (Coverage provisions and requirements regarding outpatient chemical dependency treatment center services.)