Enhanced Care Management in California
Enhanced Care Management (ECM), established by the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) in California, is a community-based program that provides a whole-person approach to care that addresses the clinical and non-clinical needs of individuals enrolled in a Medi-Cal managed care. Individuals enrolled in ECM receive outreach and engagement, a comprehensive assessment and care management plan, enhanced care coordination, health promotion, comprehensive transitional care, individual and family supports, and coordination of and referral to community and social support services.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment Team (DDTT)
The Dual Diagnosis Treatment Team (DDTT) offers support to adults who have both a serious mental illness and a developmental disability. Individuals receive counseling, physical healthcare, support finding housing, assistance during crises, and help dealing with other issues in their everyday lives.
Transparency in Coverage (TCR)
Clinical Consultation Services
Long Term Support Services (LTSS)
Merakey provides a range of services for children and adults who need additional help in order to continue safely living in their own home. Some of the services that the program provides include bathing, grooming, medication reminders, meal preparation, housekeeping, companionship, and more.
Fresh Start Services
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Philadelphia Community Treatment Team Family Rehousing Program
The Philadelphia Community Treatment Team Family Rehousing Program at Merakey Parkside Recovery helps adults who have experienced homelessness, due to their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, return to their family or family of choice.
Mobile Competency Restoration Team (MCRT)
Merakey’s Mobile Competency Restoration Team (MCRT) is a psychoeducational program that works with individuals who are considered Incompetent to Stand Trial. MRCT uses a variety of assessments and learning tools to develop plans that address and restore competency deficiencies, such as understanding court proceedings, behavior expectations, and communicating with attorneys. MCRT is an outpatient service available in the following Pennsylvania counties: Butler, Lawrence, Mercer, Venango, Crawford, Washington, Westmoreland, Armstrong, and Indiana.
Intensive Transition Services (ITS)
Partnership with Philadelphia Police and their Police Assisted Diversion Program
Mobile Intake and Assessment Team
Merakey Allegheny Valley School
Specialized Residential Homes
Community Living/Group Homes
Intermediate Care Facility (ICF)
Non-traditional Community Day Services/Home and Community Habilitation
Behavior Support Services
Early Intervention Case Management
Employment (Transitional, Supported, Competitive)
Adult Training Facility
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Addiction Recovery
Outpatient Program (OP) for Addiction Recovery
Personal Care Homes (PCH)
Supported Independent Living
Extended Acute Care Program (EAC)
Long-Term Structured Residence (LTSR)
Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR)
Community Health Liaison (CHL)
Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT)
Primary and Behavioral Healthcare Treatment
Adult Autism Services
Adult Autism Housing Services
Stepping Stones and Stepping Stones Plus
Foster Care Plus (FCP)
Adoption and Family Supports
Therapeutic Family Care (TFC)
Outpatient Therapy and Psychiatry
Diversion Programs and After School Services
Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMH)
Parents and Children Together (PACT)
The PACT Therapeutic Pre-School program is designed to meet the emotional, behavioral, and educational needs of children between the ages of 3 – 5 who are struggling in traditional pre-school settings.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Community and School Based Behavioral Health
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)
Merakey Gateway Transition Services feature a Group Skills program, Independence Coaching programs, and Summer Group Skills programs that help young adults with autism develop fundamental social, pre-vocational, and life skills needed to live, work, and thrive in the community. Learn more at www.gatewayink.org.