Building Skills Through Community Based Rehabilitation Services
At RISE Idaho, our certified team of Behavioral Health Specialists works to provide community-based care to children and adults who qualify for Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS)/Skills Building through Idaho Medicaid. This service helps individuals gain the skills needed to maintain wellness and stability in their home and community settings.
CBRS/Skills Building can be tailored to fit the needs of children, teens, and adults. Participants work with nationally certified CBRS specialists to identify their own goals and work on a variety of skills.
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Specialists work with children in the community, in the child's home, or in our agency's offices, depending on your family's preference. CBRS/Skills Building is also available in schools through our Habilitative Intervention School Contracted Services.
Community Based Rehabilitation Services teaches adults to manage their mental illness symptoms in their homes, communities, and other social environments. We work with participants to identify their own goals and develop a variety of skills including, but not limited to:
- Problem-solving skills
- Coping strategies
- Independent living abilities
- Communication skills
- Financial and budget planning strategies
Schedule An Appointment
To schedule an appointment or to get more information, please contact the Behavioral Health Department in your area and request an intake for services. Call the Boise office at (208) 405-0640 or Mountain Home at (208) 329-8135.