Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

Care Coordination is an administrative function, not a service.  Mental Health and Substance Use (MHSU) Care Coordination activities involve identifying a person’s needs, then coordinating and linking the individual to behavioral health services and supports. 

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Transitions to Community Living Initative

Want to refer an individual to the Transitions to Community Living Initiative? The process has changed. Learn more. The State of North Carolina entered into an agreement with the United States Department of Justice in 2012. The purpose was to ensure that persons with mental health issues are able to live in their communities in [...]
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Intellectual and Developmental Disablities

Partners’ Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Department works with individuals, or “members”, and their support system, to make sure that people receiving services are cared for in the best possible manner.

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Registry of Unmet Needs

What is the Registry of Unmet Needs? The Registry of Unmet Needs is a registry, or waiting list, for individuals who are in need of NC Innovations Waiver and/or other intellectual and/or developmental disability services and funding. Each Local Management Entity/Managed Care Organization maintains its own Registry of Unmet Needs. NC Innovations Waiver funding is limited. Partners maintains [...]
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NC Innovations

NC Innovations Waiver The Medicaid 1915(c) Waiver, most commonly referred to as "NC Innovations," is a Medicaid Waiver program for individuals with intellectual disabilities and other developmental disabilities. It is designed to give individuals and families an alternative to placement in an intermediate care facility (ICF). NC Innovations offers services and support options designed to [...]
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Relative as Direct Support Employee

Providers who employ a relative or legal guardian that lives in the home of an adult (18 years) NC Innovations recipient and who is the direct support staff for that recipient, must comply with the Relative/Legal Guardian as Direct Support Employee (RADSE) process. 

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