Clinical Support Services
Clinical Support Services is a community based extension of the clinical services provided to children and families at MFS. Should a child or family require additional support or intervention to implement the goals on the child’s Individual Service Plan then a Community Family Service Associate may be assigned.
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- In order to receive the service a referral must be made by the Community and Family Service Specialist who then works closely with the Service Associate to ensure the services are well coordinated.
- Services may be provided in the provider’s home or out in the community and are reimbursed by Medicaid, some insurance plans or a sliding fee is available.
Clinical Support Services can be delivered in a variety of ways.
In the Community – Services are provided by the Community and Family Service Associate out in the community or in the child’s home.
In-Home – Services are provided by the Community and Family Service Associate in the provider’s home or out in the community.
Overnight – Services are provided by the Community and Family Service Associate in the provider’s home for overnight visits which usually consist of two overnights/month. Provider has current foster parent license.
Family Treatment Home – This service is offered in a time of crisis in order to stabilize the child and avoid a more restrictive placement. The stay can last 1-14 days in the provider’s home and is continually reviewed for effectiveness. Provider has current foster parent license.