Adult Behavioral Health Therapeutic Home Program
(ABHTH)

Just because someone diagnosed with a serious mental illness (SMI) isn’t ready to live independently, it doesn’t mean that they aren’t ready for the next step on their journey.


ABHTH Program provides Home Care Training to the Home Care Client (HCTC) services to adults with SMI who are 18 years of age or older, are Title XIX enrolled or eligible, and are enrolled with a Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) provider.

 
ABHTH is ideal for individuals who have shown improvement in their residential treatment and may be appropriate to step-down to more independent living.  ABHTH may also be helpful to those who would benefit by stepping-up to a higher level of therapeutic support and mentoring.

ABHTH Offers:

  • Independent living support
  • Supervision and assistance with accomplishing service plan goals
  • Assistance with coordination of care within behavioral health network of services
  • Assistance with the self-administration of medications
  • Culturally relevant care that addresses and respects language, customs, values, and traditions
  • Meals and basic toiletries

Program Referrals

If you know someone who may benefit from the ABHTH Program, please check availability with the ABHTH Program Manager by calling 602.285.0505 ext 110.

You will also need to contact the RBHA Adult Residential Coordinator to submit the required application requesting HCTC services.

Interested in Becoming a Licensed ABHTH Provider?

FSL contracts with trained, licensed providers who open up their homes to foster supportive, therapeutic care for adult behavioral health (SMI) clients. Homes are licensed for up to three clients, and Providers are paid a daily reimbursement rate for each client.

ABHTH staff assists those interested in becoming HCTC Providers throughout the licensing and credentialing process; from the initial site visit and application to the intake of your first client, ABHTH will guide through every step of the process.

Providers continue to receive ongoing training, monitoring and oversight by FSL who serves as the Collaborating Healthcare Institution. 

If you are interested in becoming a licensed ABHTH Provider, please contact the Program Manager by calling 602.285.0505 ext 110.