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Individual skill development and enhancement services include training in communication, interpersonal skills, problem solving, decision-making, self-regulation, conflict resolution, and other specific needs identified in the client’s service plan. Services also include training in daily living skills related to personal care, household tasks, financial management, transportation, shopping, parenting, accessing and connecting to community resources and services (including health care services), and other specific daily living needs identified in the client’s service plan.

Services provided to children and youth, also focus on improving integration into and interaction with the minor’s family, school, community, and other social networks. Services include assisting the child’s family in gaining skills to assist the child with individual skill development and enhancement. Services that are designed to support the family are directly related to the assessed needs of the minor.

Services provided to adults focus on coping skills related to daily living that is impacted by a mental health diagnosis.

Skill training may be provided by various methods, including but not limited to modeling, monitoring, mentoring, supervision, assistance, and cuing. Skill training may be provided individually, or in groups.


Wellness management and recovery services, which are generally provided as mental health services, include empowering clients to manage their mental health and/or substance abuse issues, helping them develop their own goals, and teaching them the knowledge and skills necessary to help them make informed treatment decisions. These services include: psychoeducation; behavioral tailoring; relapse prevention; development of a recovery action plan; recovery and/or resilience training; treatment strategies; social support building; and coping skills. Services can be taught using motivational, educational, and cognitive-behavioral strategies.

Recovery support services, which are generally provided as substance abuse services, include emotional, informational, instrumental, and affiliated support. Services include assisting the client in increasing engagement in treatment, developing appropriate coping strategies, and providing aftercare and assertive continuing care. Continuing care includes relapse prevention support and periodic follow-ups and is designed to provide less intensive services as the member progresses in recovery.


Psychoeducation services include:

Psychoeducation may be provided individually or in a group setting to the client or the client’s family and natural supports (i.e., anyone the member identifies as being supportive in his or her recovery and/or resilience process). Psychoeducation is not psychotherapy.

Family psychoeducation is provided for the direct benefit of the client. Consultation to family members for treatment of their issues not related to the member is not included as part of family psychoeducation. Family psychoeducation may include anticipatory guidance for children and youth.