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Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities 

Support Services For Childern, Adults and Familes
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Innovations Waiver
B-3 Respite Services
Psychosocial Rehabilitation
Psycho Social Rehabilitation Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) is a service that is the process of restoration of community functioning and well-being of individuals that have mental health issues.  SRFC, Inc. will provide this service in a manner such that there is a combination of medication management, therapy, , independent living and social skills training, as well as psycho-education and support to clients and their families  with housing, vocational, social support and network enhancement, and access to leisure activities.
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B3 Respite B3 Respite may be provided as an individual or group service. Respite services provide periodic support and relief to the primary caregivers from the responsibility and stress of caring for children {ages three (3) to twenty-one (21) with mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse, and for adults with developmental disabilities. Persons receiving this service must live in a non-licensed setting, with non-paid caregiver(s).  This service enables the primary caregiver(s) to meet or participate in scheduled and unscheduled events and to have time away from the child with MH/DD/SAS diagnosis  or adults with developmental disabilities. Respite may include in and out-of-home services, activities in a variety of community locations, and may include overnight services.
Community Living and Support Community Living and Support  combines current Personal Care, In-home Skill Building, and In-home Intensive service.  The service is designed to support successful living with family and/or other natural supports and acquire adaptive and community living skills. Personal Assistance Personal Assistance is a support service which provides assistance to individuals with a developmental disability engage in: 1) personal activities in the home, 2) support in skill development, or 3) supportive care in community or specialized habilitation or rehabilitation services.