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Services and Supports

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The YES system of care includes an array of services and supports to address the needs of youth with serious emotional disturbance (SED). Because the YES system of care is not limited to one agency or one program, it includes services and supports from many organizations, and child-serving agencies working together to help youth and families access mental health care.

Services and Supports

The following organizations and child-serving agencies are included in the YES system of care: 

  • Department of Health and Welfare (DHW)
    • Division of Behavioral Health (DBH)
    • Division of Family and Community Services (FACS)
      • Children’s Developmental Disabilities Program (DD)
      • Child Welfare Program
    • Division of Medicaid
  • Department of Juvenile Corrections (IDJC)
  • State Department of Education (SDE)

Assessment & Treatment Planning

  • Assessment, Evaluation, and Testing
    • Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment (CDA)
    • Psychological/Neuropsychological Testing
    • Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS)
  • Coordinated care planning that includes:
    • Child and Family Teams (CFT)
    • Individual Treatment Plans
    • Crisis and Safety Plans
    • Transition Plans

Case Management & Intensive Care Coordination

  • Case Management
  • Targeted Care Coordination
  • Wraparound Intensive Services

Treatment Services & Support Services

  • Treatment services:
    • Medication management
    • Psychotherapy
    • Skills building/Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS)
    • Behavioral Modification and Consultation
    • Day treatment
    • Intensive home and community-based services programs
    • Intensive Outpatient Programs
    • Therapeutic after-school and summer programs
    • Behavioral/therapeutic aide services (under development)
    • Integrated substance use disorder services for individuals with co-occurring disorders (under development)
    • Inpatient psychiatric hospital
  • Residential services:
    • Therapeutic foster care (under development)
    • Residential care (under development)
    • Psychiatric residential treatment
  • Support Services:
    • Respite
    • Transportation
    • Psychoeducation & training
    • Family support
    • Youth support
    • Case consultation (under development)
    • Flexible funds (under development)

Crisis Response Services (24/7)

  • Crisis Respite (under development)
  • Crisis Response Services
  • Crisis Intervention

For specific details about the services available in your area, please contact the Idaho Behavioral Health Plan managed care provider or your local Children’s Mental Health Office.

If you would like help navigating the YES system of care in your area, including connecting to services and identifying resources, please contact the Idaho Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health.

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