Community Based Rehabilitation Services
Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) assists individuals in developing coping skills to manage mental health symptoms that interfere with independent living or meeting personal goals. This service is available for adults and children who receive Idaho Medicaid and are in need of increased mental health support.
CBRS Services are focused on enhancing the quality of life for persons with mental illness through rehabilitation strategies, equal opportunities, and social inclusion.
Each individual in CBRS services will develop a personalized recovery plan. The recovery plan will outline goals related to daily living, social, leisure and recreational skills to function in the community as an equal member of society.
Individuals that are eligible for CBRS services as outlined by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare are:
- Adults (18+) with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) who have identified functional limitations as a result of a mental illness
- Children diagnosed with a Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) who have demonstrated functional impairment as a result of the SED
Our CBRS Team
Jim Grigg, M.S., LCPC, LMFT – CEO/Clinical Director
Alicia Su, MSW, LCSW – Director of Community Based Services