|Help designed to meet the specific needs of each individual child and family. Children and families should not be expected to fit into services that do not meet their needs. Also see appropriate services, coordinated services, wraparound services, and cultural competence.
|A broad range of living arrangements that simulate a family situation. This includes foster care and small group homes.
|Family Support Services
Help designed to keep the family together, while coping with mental health problems that affect them. These services may include consumer information workshops, in-home supports, family therapy, parenting training, crisis services, and respite care.
|Fee for Service
|A type of health care plan under which health care providers are paid for individual medical services rendered.
|Provision of a living arrangement in a household other than that of the child/adolescent consumer's family.
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