We strive to be a leading provider of the HCBS-AMH program. Our care includes a wide array of comprehensive services. Prior to initiating services, our staff will collaborate with each client and their HCBS-AMH Recovery Manager, to determine individual needs and preferences. If we are unable to provide a needed service, we contract with agencies throughout the community who have been pre-approved to delivery portions of our service array.
We provide services in Dallas, Tarrant and Travis Counties.
Specialized equipment and supplies including devices, controls, and appliances that enable individuals to more fully integrate into their community and increase their abilities to perform activities of daily living. These include calendars, timer, stretchers, wheel chairs and other items necessary for life support.
Personal assistance with activities of daily living such as grooming, eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene and functional living tasks. We assist with meal planning and preparation, transportation, mental health therapies/activities and assistance with medications in accordance with the State rules and guidelines.
24-hour on-site services in community-based home environment, with experienced staff in personal care, chores, medication oversight, therapeutic, social, and recreational activities. We can meet scheduled and unpredictable needs in a way that promotes maximum dignity, independence with supervision, safety and security.
Supervised Living Services
Residential assistance to foster recovery and independence by helping with activities of daily living. These services also include assisting with other functional living tasks such as meal planning and preparation, transportation or assistance, ambulation and mobility, reinforcement of specialized rehabilitative, habilitative and psychosocial therapies.
Supported Home Living
Direct personal assistance in client, or client-family homes, to support activities of daily living. These also include assisting with other functional living tasks such as meal planning and preparation, transportation or assistance in securing transportation, ambulation and mobility, reinforcement of specialized rehabilitative, habilitative and psychosocial therapies.
Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment
Goal directed supports and solution-focused interventions, intended to achieve identified goals or objectives as defined in the individual’s IRP (Individualized Recovery Plan).
Support for individuals as they work at jobs of their choosing and to achieve goals meaningful to them, such as increasing their economic security.
Our dedicated sub-contractor help individual locate and maintain paid employment in the community and may include activities on behalf of the individual to assist in maintaining employment.
Christabel LLC, through our subcontractor provide services to sustain individuals in paid jobs in regular work settings, who, because of disability, require support to be self-employed, work from home, or perform in a work setting at which individuals without disabilities are employed.
We provide individual with temporary flexible funds with approval from DSHS after review for non-clinical supports that augment the IRP to reduce symptomatology and maintain quality of life and cornmupity integration. Peer Support- These services are provided through our subcontractors, who are self-identified consumers who are in recovery from mental illness and or/ substance use disorders to help individuals reach their recovery goals. They help promote coping skills, facilitate use of natural resources/supports, and enhance recovery-oriented attributes such as hope and self-efficacy.
Home Delivered Meals
Provide nutritionally sound meals to individuals in their homes.
Minor Home Modifications
Physical adaptations to an individual’s home that are necessary to ensure individual’s health, welfare, and safety, or that enable the individual to function with greater independence in the home.
Nursing services are provided through our Registered Nurse or licensed Vocational nurse under the supervision of a Clinical Supervisor RN. Services include ongoing chronic conditions, wound care, medical administration and supervising delegated tasks.
Evidenced-based or evidence-informed interventions which support the individual’s recovery by helping the individual develop, refine and/or maintain the skills needed to function successfully in the community.
Temporary, planned or emergency short-term relief to the primary caregiver of an individual.
Substance Use Disorder services
Provide assessment and ambulatory group and individual counseling for individuals experiencing substance use disorder. These services are specialized to meet the needs of individuals who have experienced extended institutional placement.
Payment of set-up expenses for individuals transitioning from institutions into community settings that is necessary to enable individuals to establish basic household needs.
Non-medical transportation provided that enables individuals to support their recovery goals and gain access to services, activities, and resources, as specified in the Individualized Recovery Plan (IRP).