1 LONG TERM TREATMENT PROGRAMS HALFWAY HOUSES WOMEN AND CHILDREN S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS SHELTER RESOURCES OUT OF STATE TREATMENT OUTPATIENT AND INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAMS IN CHARLESTON MUSC CENTER FOR DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAMS 67 President Street, Charleston The Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs provides both outpatient and intensive outpatient services. The Intensive Outpatient Program offers a 4 day a week, 3 hour per day, day and evening program. - Accepts some private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and self pay. - Accepts court ordered individuals. Palmetto Behavioral Health N. Charleston, SC Inpatient, outpatient, intensive outpatient treatment. Medicaid, private health insurance, self pay. Charleston Center 5 Charleston Center Drive Charleston, SC Outpatient and intensive outpatient programs for men and women. Opiate Maintenance: Charleston Methadone Clinic. Accepts Medicaid and self pay according to a sliding scale fee. Accepts court ordered individuals. Clinical Solutions Suite H 1954 Ashley River Road Charleston, SC Accepts Medicare. - Outpatient and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment for men and women. Phoenix Counseling Center 2810 Ashley Phosphate Rd N. Charleston, SC Gardner Rd. West Ashley, SC Accepts no insurance. Rates are low cost and payment plans available. Accepts court ordered individuals. Services include outpatient substance abuse groups, individual substance abuse counseling, and couples counseling, and drug screening.
2 SOUTH CAROLINA: SHELTERS AND SHELTERS WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT (To review statewide shelter resources please request the South Carolina Shelter Directory) Reid House (843) contact Naomi Grossly 165 St. Phillip St., Charleston - Shelter for single women, families with children, or married couples that are homeless. Short term stay (two weeks with option to request continuance). If no income, must be seeking employment. No med management. Curfew enforced from 8:30pm to 6:00am daily (can t leave or come in unless you provide work documentation). Ineligible for shelter if prior discharge from Crisis Ministries. Crisis Ministries 573 Meeting Street Charleston, SC Crisis Ministries is a multi-service homeless shelter for men, women and children. Case managers are available in addition to mental health and substance abuse counselors. Star Gospel Mission - Men 474 Meeting Street Charleston, South Carolina Good Neighbor Center 1905 Burton Lane Charleston, SC The Good Neighbor Center offers shelter and transitional housing to homeless veterans. Alston Wilkes Veterans Home 3519 Medical Drive Columbia, SC Provides transitional housing to homeless veterans. Oliver Gospel Mission 1100 Taylor St. Columbia, SC Shelter for men and women. 3 nights free. Fee=$Sper night. Women s Shelter 3425 N. Main St. Columbia, SC Provides support groups, counseling, short tenn shelter fee $ 3 per night if able to pay, alcohol and drug recovery, employment counseling.
3 SOUTH CAROLINA: SHELTERS AND SHELTERS WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT (To review statewide shelter resources please request the South Carolina Shelter Directory) Salvation Army Men s Program 417 Rutherford St. Greenville, SC (f) Contact Admissions to complete phone interview. Free: Individuals must work for room and board. 3-6 months Does not accept any psych medications or dual diagnosis. Salvation Army- SAUL Program - MEN Columbia, SC (803) (803) shelter office Free, if able to work. First come first serve(no waiting list)- Christian/I 2 step based Program is 6 months, four phases of treatment, may be able to stay after graduation Bring ID Sometimes they accept individuals on medication with mental health services in place, call to determine medication eligibility. Lil Owl Care Assistance For the Homeless Alvin, SC Must have referral from detox facility that includes documentation. Must complete SLED background check.
4 SOUTH CAROLINA: ADULT 28 DAY REHAB OR LONG TERM SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Palmetto Center Florence, SC Contact person Charleston County- Myra Grimes (843) Contact number Berkeley/Dorchester Ctys Referrals only provided by your county Vocational Rehabilitation Program. Voluntary admission. 30 day inpatient substance abuse treatment. Accepts Medicaid, some private insurance. Charleston Center 5 Charleston Center Dr. Charleston, SC Medicaid and self pay. Some beds available for unfunded individuals. Voluntary admission. 28 day substance abuse rehab program. Patient must call to complete phone screening. Any Lengths Recovery Community 1154 Rhonda St. Sumter, SC / f Residential Program for men and women that requires a 3 month minimum commitment. Voluntary admission. This program is a 12 step recovery and half way house model. Residents are required to work. Accepts no insurance. Initial Cost: Must pay 1St 3 weeks rent $135 plus $45 processing fee. Clinical Solutions Ashley River Rd. Charleston, SC Long term treatment. Voluntary admission. Medicare only: covers cost of treatment only. Room and board costs: 325 per month plus 25 per week for groceries. Contact Director to discuss if you cannot not initially pay room and board fee. Accepts dual diagnosis and provides medication management. Step down recovery house available (Wallenburg House). Does not accept individuals with violent or sexual criminal charges, dialysis, and clients cannot work while in residential treatment. Morris Village Columbia, SC (803) State substance abuse treatment facility. Individuals can remain up to 28 days, program is not free. Referrals from mental health centers, detox facilities, courts, etc. Can be committed for involuntary treatment through the county probate court system. For both voluntary and involuntary referrals there is typically a long waiting list. Westview Behavioral Health Services Newberry, SC residential beds for women and men day rehab program. Bring 30 day supply of medication. Cannot be on more than 4 medications. Must complete TB test Medicaid only covers cost of treatment Room and board fees: $150 up front and $50 dollars per week. Total = $ 350. Admission procedure: complete both phone and written screening to determine eligibility and waiting list.
5 SOUTH CAROLINA - WOMEN AND CHILDREN S RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS Charleston Center New Life Program 5 Charleston Center Drive Charleston, SC New Life Program for women 28 day substance abuse rehab. Priority for pregnant females or women with children. Children must be under 5; children live with parent and participate in Therapeutic Child Treatment Services. Accepts Medicaid. Referral process: Call to complete phone interview. Lowcountry Crossroads Walterboro, SC Women with children up to 1 year. Will not accept client if children are 18 or older 3-6 months residential program. Accepts dual diagnosis. Accepts Medicaid. Referral process: Complete phone interview and application. Forward application to Admissions. Chrysalis Center 2385 Pamplico Highway Florence, SC Residential treatment facility for chemically-dependent women and their young children. Children up to 8 years old accepted. Residential Program- 6 month average length of treatment. Accepts Medicaid. Referral process: Complete phone interview. Serenity Place 6 Dunean St. Greenville, SC Women and children residential substance abuse treatment facility. - Serves women who are pregnant or have young children, priority given to pregnant women. - Length of treatment 6-9months. - Accepts Medicaid. - Referral process: Call to complete phone interview.
6 SOUTH CAROLINA: HALFWAY HOUSE - MEN & WOMEN Salvation Army Halfway House (Men) 4248 Dorchester Road. Charleston, SC Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30 Free first week, then $45 per week Must put $35 per week into savings-get back at end come in b/w 4 and 8 to fill out application and do interview Must have photo ID card and SS card OXFORD HOUSE: See separate listing for Oxford Recovery Houses. Delmar House (Men) Delmar and Blitchridge Sts. Chas, SC Halfway house Must work and pay deposit/rent Lenevar House (Men) 1373 Miles Dr. Chas. (1435 W. Lenevar Dr., Chas) Allen Shevee (c ) (Ms. Regina Lee ) Recovery House $60 deposit and $60 per week rent drug tests- 30 day restriction must be working (or on disability if unable) Owl s Nest Recovery House- Men and Women s Programs 1000 W. Evans Street Florence, SC P Fax: step, Christian based Pay deposit and rent, must get a job to pay for room and board. Freedom House (Halfway house and detox facility) Sumter, SC (part of Sumter Co A/D) fax Must come from a treatment facility (clean) Fax in an application (on file) Men and women (mostly men) Pay $84 per week (no deposit required) Must be working or on disability (have a way to pay) Meds ok, but must be prescribed by a doctor (Dr. comes to the house and residents go to Dr. 2x/ per week, as needed)
7 Rosewood House of Recovery (Women) 9 Renrick Dr. Greenville, SC (864) Transitional housing for low income women in recovery Venus Butler (admissions) Faith Home (Men) Greenwood, SC (864) FREE 8 week Christian residential program call to arrange phone interview (to get on waiting list/must call daily) No benzos/psych medications or major medical issues. Killingsworth (Women) Columbia, sc Halfway house, encourage 12 step program attendance Work, pay own rent weekly, may be covered by Medicaid? (25$ deposit) Under His Wings (women) Anderson, SC Free Christian based program - Women s halfway house - 8 wk. program program operates in an 8 wk. cycle and will not admit new resident until next 8 wk. session. - Medication: Call to determine medication eligibility. Women s Community Center (LRADAC) Columbia, SC Mary Lynn Porter, ext. 12 or Katie Loftus Women s halfway house/recovery community Must find employment and pay rent ($20 per day-room and board/food) Daily treatment groups and counseling Community kitchen/living Admission procedure: Must be referred by a treatment facility. Call to complete phone interview Do not need money up front. Will not accept anyone with a history of violence.
8 SOUTH CAROLINA: FAITH BASED LONG TERM PROGRAMS Sheppard s Gate (Women) Greenville, SC Contact Jean Piscina, Admissions (or ask for Grace) 6 month minimum, free Christian based program. Will dispense medications and you must attend Greenville MHC for medication management. Grace Home (Women) Santee, SC Christian based program. FREE: Must provide a $100 medical deposit. 10 week program. Accepts no medication. Restoration Ranch (Women) Rock Hill, SC month minimum Christian residential treatment for women Call for phone interview/ fill out application Cost: $450 up front (for books and deposit) $300 every 2 months Accepts no medication. Home with a Heart (Men) 220 James Mattison Rd. Liberty, SC beds, men only, 8 week program Free, do chores around the house Recovery focused on AA/NA and Christian-based teachings Admission process: Call to complete phone interview. Accepts no medication or dual diagnosis. Haven of Rest (Men) 219 West Whitner St. Anderson, SC (call Curtis Pless) f Free program with 3 stages (from 60 days up to a year) Christian based (bible study/turn your life over to God) Residents work at program stores to cover their room and board fee. Admission process: Call to complete interview, priority given to highly motivated individuals. Medication: Must call to determine medication eligibility. No smoking policy in the beginning.
9 OUT OF STATE TREATMENT, SHELTERS, HALFWAY HOUSE - INSURANCE, FREE PROGRAMS, and LOW COST TREATMENT: Turning Point Center (men and women) 3025 Veterans Pkwy S Moultrie, GA *59 bed residential treatment on 30 wooded acres in Georgia. * Accepts Medicare/Champus/TriCare only as well as private insurance companies. * Accepts dual diagnosis. * Length of stay based on individual needs. Peachford Recovery Residence Halfway House (Men,Women) Atlanta, GA ( ) Atlanta address: 2010 Curtis Dr. Bld.C Apt.1, phone #: fax #: Atlanta program accepts women. Charlotte, NC ( / Richard) 2500 Peachway Dr. Charlotte, NC (fax ) Residential halfway house with focus on 12 step recovery Must work and pay rent (140 per week at first and then 120 per week) No money up front required. Recommended 6 month stay. Must have photo ID. Admission process: call for telephone interview. Staff will assist clients with referrals for food stamps, work, GED, mental health issues (including med management). Medication: managed at local Carolina Medical Center-Randolph Medication Services- ( )-must bring 14 day supply of medication. Does not accept any violent felony charges or sex offenders. Exodus House (Men) Waycross, GA (912) Residential halfway house. Fees: $90 per week, pay $ 90 up front. Clients work in the community. This is a Christian based programs that follows the 12 step recovery model. Rebound/Charlotte Rescue Mission (Men) 901 West 1st St. Charlotte, NC (704) F (704) FREE must work for room and board Length of stay: 3-6 months Christian based program. Does not accept the following; dialysis, HIV, major medical, or legal issues. Will accept some psych medications and you must call to determine medication eligibility.
10 Uptown Men s Shelter (MEN) 1210 Tryon Street Charlotte, NC Admission criteria; must be at least 18 yrs., sober, preference given to the elderly and disabled. - Provides substance abuse counseling, job and housing assistance. Winston-Salem Rescue Mission (Men s Program) 717 Oak St. Winston Salem, NC Reverend McDaniel fax day, free, residential treatment program Christian based (groups, classes, bible study, etc) Must abide by rules, stay clean, and work for room and board. After 60 days, can choose to stay and receive assistance finding work in the area as well as housing. Admission procedure: contact Admissions to complete phone screening, fax admissions database, confirm arrival time. Medication: Accepts some medications, call to determine eligibility. Must agree to attend local community mental health center. Hebron Colony (Men) Boone, NC (828) or FREE: must work to cover room and board. Admission procedure: Must complete physical and medical tests including HJV/TBIVD. Usually there is a 3-6 month waiting list. Program is 10 weeks. Christian based program. Bethel Colony of Mercy (Men) Lenoir, NC or Admission fee: $ day residential treatment with work projects. Christian based program. Will not accept major medical or psychiatric diagnosis. Victory Home (Men) Tallulah Falls, GA FREE. 5 month residential Christian based program. Will not accept dual diagnosis or major medical issues. Potter s House (Men) Jefferson, GA ext 226 FREE, if able to work; $300 if on fixed income/disability 1 year intensive residential Christian based recovery program.
11 Bridges of Hope (coed) Waycross, GA (912) Six months to one year residential treatment program for men and women (separate facilities) Located on a farm land- residents work on the farm to cover room and board costs. Admission fee: $600 donation is suggested. 12 step based recovery program. Atlanta Union Mission! My Sister s House (Women) Atlanta, GA f Admission fee: $50 deposit if not working 6 months (in house) to one year (can work after 6mo.) Christian based women s residential treatment program. No smoking, daily chores, groups, classes- 1 st 28 days restricted. Domestic violence, addictions, women who are homeless. If working, pay 50% of income (30% in escrow) (plus $50 deposit) Fill out application, fax, then call back to set up phone screening Admission procedure: must complete TB test, physical, mental health screening (can be done there), $50 deposit. Will take some psych medications but no more than 2. Must be willing to attend Grady Hospital for mental health treatment. Carpenter s House/Shepherds Inn (men) Atlanta, GA (404) Long term men s program (6 18 months) Free Must stay first 6-8 weeks in Shepherd s Inn (shelter) in order to be assessed and take care of obtaining ID, SS card, etc. Dual focus on spirituality and 12-step recovery. Meetings and work, individual, and group therapy. Phase two includes transitional housing! full time employment allowed at this time. Admission procedure: Complete screening with intake counselor and fax in discharge diagnosis, statement of history of compliance (with meds/outpt appts), social/legal history, medical history. No major medical problems, legal problems, or antipsychotic medications. Covenant Community, Inc (men) 623 Spring St. NW Atlanta, GA Long term residential substance abuse treatment for homeless men Minimum of 6 month stay Can work after 1st month (must pay $100 per week once begin working and put $50 in savings weekly) No up front money required Group and individual therapy/treatment Admission procedure: call to check on bed availability, must be medically cleared and complete detox. Will not accept dual diagnosis or any psych medications.
12 GraceWay Recovery Residence (WOMEN) Albany, GA fax: Admission process: must complete detox first, call to complete phone interview, must verify method of payment. Private, non profit recovery residence for 13 women. Does not accept: insurance, dual diagnosis, psych medications. Cost: admission fee: $200, first 3 months is $1500 then the fees decrease. Program suggests women who are unable to pay obtain sponsorship from family, church, etc. 6 months 2years Program provides groups, 12 step recovery, structured daily living schedule, and encourages family participation. Clients can work in the community after 3 months. Transitional housing program for 3 clients is located next door to the residence. Western Carolina Rescue Mission (Men) 225 Patton Aye, Asheville, NC f Rev. Brian Camolli, Clinical Director (call for admission) Christian based program. 6 month minimum. Shelter on site for men only. Men and women s programs (women s = Martha Program... Joy Bryant - women s counselor) Hope Haven. Inc ( Men, Women) 3815 North Tryon St. Charlotte, NC (704) * Substance abuse treatment program for homeless men, women, and families. * Length of stay - 6 months up to 2 years (residents work in the facility initially in food service, laundry, horticulture, or maintenance). * Free to come into program and must be homeless. * Must be a resident of Mecklenburg Co, but can go to homeless shelter in Charlotte for a few days to qualify as resident (can do interview at Hope Haven and get on waiting list while staying at the shelter! see shelter list above for contact info on Charlotte area homeless shelters). * County mental health facility dispenses and manages medications and psychiatric needs. * Admission procedure will require SLED criminal history check, bring photo ID and SS card, and complete TB test. * Residents find employment and work in the area after initial training program phase is up (usually between 6 and 8 weeks) Lifeline Program Trinity Rescue Mission (men and women) 622 W. Union St. Jacksonville, Florida fax Free 90 day residential program. Christian based program. Homeless shelter also available. Will not accept dual diagnosis or psych medications.
13 City Rescue Mission, Inc. (men and women) 426 S. McDuff Ave. Jacksonville, Fla (Mr. Clark) (f) Christian based program, free, 1 year minimum. Non-smoking/nonworking (8 months before allowed to work/leave the program) Admission procedure: Complete phone screening, bring 30 day supply of medications. Call when get to bus station for transportation. Will not accept any major psychiatric illness, psych medications or suicidal thoughts. FOUNDATIONS (Men/Women) (for men) and (for women) 999 W. Prospect Road, Oakland Park, FL Adult male facility. 134 beds and annex at 1007 W. Prospect Road with 70 beds. Adult female facility at N.E. 15th St. in Fort Lauderdale Recovery residential community. Outpatient treatment for dual diagnosis. Fees: Cost is $235 to move in and $120 per week. for room and board. HOUSE OF HOPE. INC House of Hope for men, Stepping Stones for women 908 SW 1St St., Ft Lauderdale, FL Substance A buse and Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment Centers that focus on the provision of integrated substance abuse, mental health and medical care services. Services include case management, aftercare and outpatient intervention services. SPECTRUM W. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft Lauderdale, FL Mon.-Fri. 8:30 am-4:3opm Intake Provides a 24-hr residential therapeutic community for substance abusers. This is a long term program lasting 6 months to a year or more. Group and individual counseling and other activities. Fees are based on a sliding scale. SUSAN B. ANTHONY CENTER N. State Road 7, Suite 351, Lauderdale Lakes, FL Mon.-Fri. Sa.m-Spm Intake This is a long term program lasting 9 months to 18 months. Group and individual counseling and other activities. Fees are based on a sliding scale. The Willows 9001 Tamiami Trail East Naples, FLA day residential program for chemical dependency (men/women). Detox or rehab, 12 step based Will work with dually diagnosed who are stable on medication. Accepts most major forms of insurance (including Fla Caid/Care, but must pay deductible/20% Dr. copay) Program provides highly structured day that includes individual and group therapy. Admissions: 1. Verification of insurance 2. Complete phone assessment 3. Compile medical records from referring facility 4. Doctor will assess eligibility 5. Get on waiting list (varies from a few days to weeks) Must have own transportation to/from and have a plan upon discharge (place to go if out of state)
14 Synergy Foundation (men) Memphis, Tenn FREE: residents work to pay for room and board. Admission process: must write a letter stating your motivation for treatment. Alpha Acres Yadkinsville, NC FREE Christian-based program. Program provides education and employment for residents. Phoenix Alliance, Inc 3735 Memorial Drive Decatur, GA (Veronica Gallman, intake) (F) toll free Men and women 6 month free residential program for homeless people with addictions. Admission process: complete phone screenings from 9-3, Mon-Fri. Must have RPR and TB test done (or bring $20 for tests to be done there). Must have photo ID and SS card. Must submit proof that you are homeless (MUSC can write a letter). Must complete intake appointment on Tues or Thurs with Ms. Gallman. Program requires that you find a job and stay employed (bus fare provided). Random drug testing. Will not accept any major medical or mental health issues.
15 OUT OF STATE TREATMENT - PRIVATE INSURANCE OR SELF PAY ONLY FLORIDA Boca House(men) / Awakenings (women) 321 West Camino Real, Boca Raton, FLA (Karl Mohr-manager ) (Ira Levy-Marketing) f Admission fee: $600 up front (two weeks rent security deposit) + money for food. Call to discuss if eligible for scholarship assistance. Accepts no insurance. Residents live in a halfway house. Must obtain employment and pay rent weekly. Three phases of treatment = apprx. 4 + months. Medication: accepts both psych and medical medications. The Refuge Ocala, Fla REFUGE or days/90days or longer $11,500 first month, 10,000 month 2; 9,000 month 3... On 52 acres in middle of a forest on a river safe haven 12-step based/holistic model Pets allowed. Provides intensive therapy and staff support. Special populations served: PTSD, impaired professionals, provides family therapy. Beachcomber Family Center Delray Beach, FL / Must complete detox. 28 day residential treatment Accepts private insurance. 7 hours of therapy per day including family therapy. The Watershed Delray Beach, FLA Detox, inpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential rehab. Family therapy workshops offered Rennaissance Institute of Palm Beach Boca Raton, FLA Chemical dependency and dual diagnosis residential treatment. How House Lantana, Florida (Palm Beach County) (men- Owner/manager Joe Holley) and (women- located in Lake Worth, FL) Residential half way house residence and treatment program. Length of stay: 4 months. Fees: $ required up front (1st two weeks rent and refundable deposit) Residents work and pay rent. Medication: call to determine medication eligibility, does not accept antipsychotic medications. Services include; 24 hour staffing, daily meetings, individual and group therapy, curfews enforced. Clients can apply for residency in county after 30 days. The county health care facility provides psychiatric care, med management, medical/dental care.
16 OUT OF STATE TREATMENT - PRIVATE INSURANCE OR SELF PAY ONLY GEORGIA Willingway Hospital Statesboro, GA detox, inpatient/residential partial hospitalization, opt. Family counseling Assisted Recovery Center of GA Savannah, GA Accepts some insurance ($15,000 for 3 weeks). Uses Naltrexone. Intensive outpatient treatment. Clients reside in a residential facility and come in daily for treatment. MARR Metro Atlanta Recovery Residences Doraville, GA Accepts men and women. - Special populations served include medical or other professionals in need of long term treatment. - Will accept dual diagnosis day residential program that includes the opportunity to work later in treatment. - Accepts some insurance and self pay. Bridges of Hope Waycross, GA Long-term residential treatment. Christian-based Admission fee: $600 donation suggested. Ridgeview Institute Smyrna, GA Detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient. Recovery community setting. Will accept dual diagnosis. Special population served: impaired professionals. Talbot Recovery Campus: Atlanta, GA ext Health professionals and non-health professionals. Residential treatment.
17 OUT OF STATE TREATMENT - PRIVATE INSURANCE OR SELF PAY ONLY NORTH CAROLINA Pavillion Treatment Center Mill Spring, NC week substance abuse rehab program. Accepts some private insurance. Services include individual and group therapy in addition to a family program. Wilmington Treatment Center Wilmington, NC Inpatient, substance abuse rehab, and outpatient treatment. Will accept some dual diagnosis. Accepts most major insurance plans. Does not accept Medicaid or Medicare.
HANDBOOK OF HELP A resource guide for those facing homelessness CHIP 2013 publication of the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP) www.chipindy.org HANDBOOK OF HELP A resource guide
TAKE THIS BOOK DEFENDANT AND FAMILY HANDBOOK Provided by: The Office of the Metropolitan Public Defender 404 James Robertson Parkway Suite 2022, Parkway Towers Nashville, TN 37219 615-862-5730 Dawn Deaner,
Access to care for adolescents who need treatment for Alcohol, Drug, or Co Occurring Disorders. Directory of DCF Funded Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Programs Florida Counties 2008 Executive Office
2015 RESOURCE DIRECTORY Need additional 2015 People in Need Directories? FREE downloads are available on the Resource page of our website: www.mchenry.edu/peopleinneed A Special Thanks to our Directory
Connecticut Department of Correction Family and Friends Handbook FAMILY AND FRIENDS HANDBOOK Published by The Connecticut Department of Correction INDEX INTRODUCTION... 3 ADMISSION and ORIENTATION... 4
Treatment ebook How to find the right help for your child with an alcohol or drug problem INCLUDES ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS What is substance abuse treatment? How do I find the right treatment for my
MEDICAID AND FAMIS PLUS HANDBOOK Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services dmasva.dmas.virginia.gov Department of Medical Assistance Services 600 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia
Substance Abuse Services for Youth in Florida: A Guide for Families March 2009 Florida Certification Board/Southern Coast ATTC Monograph Series #4 Substance Abuse Services for Youth in Florida: A Guide
To strengthen Ohio s families with solutions to temporary challenges Medicaid Questions and Answers Table of Contents Introduction... 1 General Information About Medicaid What is the difference between
a roadmap to support services 3RD EDITION REVISED AND EXPANDED A COLLABORATIVE PROJECT OF DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON OREGON COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES OREGON DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES - SENIORS
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Substance Abuse Treatment www.samhsa.gov Acknowledgments This booklet was produced by Johnson,
When a Person with Mental Illness Goes to Prison HOW TO HELP A Guide for Family Members and Friends This guide was prepared by Alexandra H. Smith and Jennifer J. Parish of the Urban Justice Center s Mental
Idaho Health Plan Coverage A Benefits Guide to Medicaid, CHIP, & Premium Assistance 2014 Table of Contents Idaho Health Plan Coverage 1 Prevention, Wellness, and Responsibility 1 Important Numbers 2 How
Your Mind. Your Rights. Campus Mental Health Know Your Rights A guide for students who want to seek help for mental illness or emotional distress Leadership21 Committee Judge David L. Bazelon Center for
Heritage Catalog Volume: XXVIII Published: April 1, 2015 Heritage Institute Fort Myers, Florida 6630 Orion Drive, Suite 202, Fort Myers, FL 33912, Phone: 239-936-5822 E-Mail: info @ heritage-education.com
Arkansas &You Medicaid, ARKids First Arkansas Medicaid Beneficiary Handbook A GUIDE to YOUR RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES Revised 2010 Table of Contents Your Guide to Arkansas Medicaid and ARKids First..............
Recovering After a Stroke: A Patient and Family Guide Consumer Guide Number 16 AHCPR Publication No. 95-0664: May 1995 US Agency for HealthCare Research and Quality Purpose of This Booklet This booklet
Medicare Part D A Guide For Advocates and Providers Who Work With Older Adults in Pennsylvania Written by M. Francesca Chervenak, Esq. and Erin E. Guay, MA Pennsylvania Health Law Project Pittsburgh Office
Medicare Mental Health Coverage ISSUE BRIEF VOL. 4, NO. 3, 2003 This ongoing series provides information on how to develop programs to educate Medicare beneficiaries and their families. Additional information
Getting started with Medicare. Medicare Made Clear TM Get Answers: Medicare Education Look inside to: Understand the difference between Medicare plans Compare plans and choose the right one for you See
Your Options for Financing Long-Term Care: A Massachusetts Guide DIVISION OF INSURANCE 1000 Washington Street, Suite 810, Boston, Massachusetts 02118-6200 (617) 521-7794; Springfield (413) 785-5526 FAX:
CENTERS for MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES Medicare Coverage of Skilled Nursing Facility Care This official government booklet explains: Medicare-covered skilled nursing facility care Your rights and protections
Benefits For Children With Disabilities 2015 Contacting Social Security Visit our website At our website, www.socialsecurity.gov, you can: Create a my Social Security account to review your Social Security
A Guide For Representative Payees Contact Social Security Visit our website Our website, www.socialsecurity.gov, is a valuable resource for information about all of Social Security s programs. At our website
Connecticut s Money Follows the Person Rebalancing Demonstration Operational Protocol Submitted by: Connecticut Department of Social Services June 30, 2008 (Revised) CFDA 93.779 MFP OPERATIONAL PROTOCOL
CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES Your Guide to Choosing a Nursing Home or Other Long Term Care This official government booklet explains: How to find and compare nursing homes and other long-term
A Shopper s Guide to Long-Term Care Insurance About the NAIC The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is the oldest association of state government officials. Its members are the chief