Psychosocial rehabilitation services are intended to restore a recipient’s skills and abilities essential for independent living. Activities include: development and maintenance of necessary daily living skills; food planning and preparation; money management; maintenance of the living environment; and training in appropriate use of community services. This service combines daily medication use, independent living and social skills training, housing services, prevocational and transitional employment rehabilitation training, social support, and network enhancement to recipients and their families. These services are designed to assist the recipient to eliminate or compensate for functional deficits and interpersonal and environmental barriers created by their disabilities, and to restore social skills for independent living and effective life management. This activity differs from counseling and therapy in that it concentrates less upon the amelioration of symptoms and more upon restoring functional capabilities. The service may also be used to facilitate cognitive and socialization skills necessary for functioning in a work environment, focusing on maximum recovery and independence. It includes work readiness assessment, job development on behalf of the recipient, job matching, on the job training, and job support. Community support and rehabilitative services are appropriate for recipients exhibiting psychiatric, behavioral or cognitive symptoms, addictive behavior, or clinical conditions of sufficient severity to bring about significant impairment in day-to-day personal, social, prevocational, and educational functioning.
Meals will be available at no separate charge to enrolled eligible participants at the Lilly’s Support Center and will be provided regardless of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation.
Multilingual Psychotherapy Centers serve children, adolescents and adults who are eligible for Medicaid/Medicaid HMOs (Humana, Prestige, Molina, Clear Health Alliance, Freedom Health, Sunshine, Magellan Complete care, CMS/Concordia). We also accept Healthy Kids, Child Net Funded and self-pay clients/patients.
Multilingual Psychotherapy provides therapeutic services in the home or office, case management services, psychiatric and psychological services through their diversity, in an appropriate manner, culturally and linguistically.
Please use one of the available options so we can quickly provide the services needed.
Phone: Call admissions to 561.712.8821, Choose Option #4 (All Services), then Option #1 (New and Existing Patients).
Online: Complete and summit a MPCI Referral Form
Fax: Complete, print and fax the MPCI Referral Form to 561.712.8070
Complete, print, scan and email the Referral Form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your first appointment scheduled will be with a therapist for the screening process. The screening will provide:
Mental health screening
Assessment of the level of care
Evaluate the level of functioning
Determine the person’s readiness for change
Identify and meet cultural and linguistic needs
Forms needed for the screening appointment(copies are accepted)
Identification of guardian or self if adult
Birth certificate (if a child) or guardianship paperwork
Social security (if available)
Any doctors referral forms
Any other medical/behavioral forms that you may want us to have
|Aetna Healthy Kids
|AmeriHealth Caritas (Prestige)
|CMS Title 19
|CMS Title 21
|Community Care Plan
|Devoted Health Plan
|Healthsun Health Plan
|Magellan Health (Medicare CarePlus)
|Psychcare Clear Health Alliance
|Simply Healthy kids
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