WE’LL PARTNER WITH YOU TO MEET YOUR NEEDS AND GOALS.
What is HARP?
Health and Recovery Plans (HARPs) are Medicaid Managed Care plans that coordinate and pay for your physical and behavioral health care. Most individuals with HARPs are assigned a Health Home Care Manager to make sure their care meets their needs. HARP members are also encouraged to enroll in Home and Community Based Services (HCBS).
What are Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)?
Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) are recovery and wellness services for people living with mental illness. Individuals can get these services right in their homes or communities from dedicated staff who provide support that helps a person achieve the things they want such as a better social life, employment, or education. HCBS are available for people 21 and over who are enrolled in a Medicaid Managed Care Health and Recovery Plan (HARP) and found eligible after a short assessment.
What Compeer Rochester Can Provide
Psychosocial Rehabilitation or Habilitation
One-to-one, individualized, timely intervention to create a holistic, supportive, person-driven environment where individuals can achieve their greatest possible level of overall wellness and life satisfaction.
Services will help:
Encourage participation in recovery-oriented activities to support and restore social and interpersonal skills
Establish support networks
Increase community awareness
Develop coping strategies for effective functioning at home, work, and school
Strengthen community living skills and support community integration
Support the identification and pursuit of personal interests
Identify and connect with natural supports and recovery resources, including family, community, and faith-based
Develop stress management skills
Provide rehabilitation counseling and support to implement skills to remain in a natural community setting
Assist in acquiring, retaining and improving skills such as communication, self-help, domestic, self-care, socialization, fine and gross motor skills, mobility, personal adjustment, relationship development, use of community resources and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community-based settings
Sometimes it is easiest to learn from individuals who share similar experiences. We hire certified Peer Support Specialists to work with clients to empower them to cope with illness and manage its symptoms. These services include:
Non-clinical interventions delivered by peers with lived experience to promote long-term recovery
Connections to natural supports in the community to be accessed long after formal services have ended
Advocacy, coaching, and companionship through transitions across systems
Family Support and Training
If requested by a client, we work with family members to provide training and support to facilitate engagement and active participation of the family in the treatment planning process. These services include:
Training on treatment regimens including recovery support options, recovery concepts and medication education
Assist family in providing a safe and supportive environment in the home and community
Facilitate support groups under the direction of a certified peer
Provide family mediation and conflict resolution services
Develop specific problem-solving skills, coping mechanisms, and strategies specific to the individual’s symptom/behavior management and prevention of relapse
Collaborate with the family and caregivers to develop positive interventions to address specific presenting issues
Kimberly Grillo, Adult Program Manager, 585-546-8280 ext. 205 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg Best, Staff Recruitment and Retention Specialist, 585-546-8280 ext. 222 or email@example.com
James Morris, Client Services Manager, 585-546-8280 ext. 208 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Supportive Partners for Recovery and Certified Peer Specialists
Gianna Hoffer, email@example.com
Supportive Partner for Recovery