Children's Service Coordination

What is Children's Service Coordination (CSC)?

Children's Service Coordination assists Medicaid eligible children and their families to obtain and coordinate needed health, educational, early intervention, advocacy and social services. Each child has a service coordination plan developed to address his or her specific needs. A Service Coordinator coordinates all services across agency lines and serves as a single point of contact to help families obtain needed services and assistance.

How Does my Child Qualify?

Your child must have one of the following diagnoses:

Developmental delay or disability in one or more of the five functional developmental areas: cognitive, physical, (including vision & hearing), communication, social/emotional, and adaptive.

Or Condition requiring special health care.

  • Requires medical and multidisciplinary habilitation or rehabilitation including physical, mental or emotional limitations as a result of birth defects, illnesses, or injury.

Or Emotional Disturbance.

  • Met criteria for a recognized diagnosis (DSM IV) in one of the following categories of diagnostic grouping: thought/perception, affective or behavioral.
  • Function impairment in several life areas: family, school, community, peers.
  • Multiplicity of service needs.
  • History of or expected duration of one year or more.

And one or more of the following problems must exist associated to the child's condition:

  • Requires multiple service providers and treatments.
  • Results in level of functioning below age norm in one or more life areas.
  • Results in a risk for an out-of-home placement.
  • Results in imminent danger to the child or impacts the family's ability to meet the basic needs of the child.
  • May be further complicated due to the inability to access medical and other services for the child.

And the family needs a service coordinator to assist them to access medical and other services for the child.

If you are interested or have questions regarding Children's Service Coordination please call (208) 755-8658. Our intake coordinator can help you through the process.

 

Targeted Service Coordination (TSC) Individuals with a Developmental Disability

How do I qualify?

To qualify for targeted service coordination, you must be an adult eighteen (18) years of age or older, or adolescent fifteen to eighteen (15-18) years of age who is authorized to receive services through the Idaho State School and Hospital (ISSH) waiver who is diagnosed with a developmental disability and requests assistance to access services and supports necessary to maintain independence in the community.

Please contact our intake coordinator to begin services. 208-755-8658.

 

Service Coordination for Individuals with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness

What is Mental Health Service Coordination?

Mental Health Service Coordination assists Medicaid eligible adults with mental illness to obtain and coordinate needed psychiatric, health, educational and financial resources. Our service coordinators provide advocacy for their clients when having to navigate difficult social service systems. Each client assists in developing their individualized service coordination plan. A Service Coordinator coordinates all services across agency lines and serves as a single point of contact to help clients obtain needed services and assistance.

How do I qualify?

To qualify for mental health service coordination, you must have a qualifying mental health diagnosis. HighRoad Human Services can provide this assessment to you as the first step to enter into services.

Mental health service coordination services provide assistance in the following areas:

  • Vocational or academic
  • Financial
  • Social and interpersonal
  • Family
  • Basic living skills
  • Housing
  • Community
  • Health/Medical

If you feel mental health service coordination could be a benefit to you, please contact our intake line at: 208-755-8658.