Behavioral Health Home Program (BHH)
What is behavioral health home services?
Behavioral Health Home (BHH) is a care management program designed to help people identify and address physical, mental, substance use and social needs. The goal is to use a holistic approach to meet the needs of individuals and families impacted by mental illness and chemical dependency. Clients have the service of a Registered Nurse and Mental Health Practitioner to broaden the scope and ability to receive help. We focus on a team approach and try to assist in communicating between all levels and types of healthcare. BHH assists with care coordination and referrals to programs in the community that meet the unique needs and goals of each client. Our aim is to improve health outcomes, experience of care, and quality of life while reducing healthcare costs. BHH is person-centered and voluntary.
- Must be/have:
- Ages 3 and up
- A current mental illness or chemical dependency diagnosis
- A current form of Medical Assistance for insurance
- Must not have:
- Targeted Case Management (TCM)
Behavioral Home Health Goals:
- Improved experience of person-centered care
- Improved overall wellness
- Improved quality of life
- Reduced health care costs