Community Support Program (CSP) is a short term voluntary program which provides intensive case management services to individuals who are considered to be “at risk” within the community. This program offers a single point of contact for coordination and follows up on a person’s individual care. The CSP counselors are mobile, flexible and support consumers in their community. Person must have an Axis 1 Mental Health Diagnosis (major depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Eating and Sleeping Disorders, Separation Anxiety, etc.).
Specific areas of support with concrete goals include:
Symptom Management- compliance with medical or mental health treatment
Daily Living Skills-hygiene, home cleanliness, managing appointments, budgeting and moneymanagement
Service Coordination-locating providers for mental health, medical or dental needs
Resource Management- locating parenting groups, AA/NA, legal aid, refugee resources, domestic violence survivor resources, enrolling in GED program, English classes, appropriate after-school programs for children or day programs for adults
CSP referrals can be made for adults and children. The referral process for CSP varies by insurance provider.
MBHP and Network Health: Contact our Intake Coordinator with insurance information, mental health diagnosis (Axis 1) and at least 3 concrete goals for the service (see above).
BMC and Neighborhood Health (NHP): Contact the insurance company directly via their behavioral health number with the client’s mental health diagnosis (Axis 1) and at least 3 concrete goals for the service and indicate you are making a CSP referral for Family Continuity. BMC: 866-444-5155 NHP: 800-414-2820
FAMILY CONTINUITY 1-866-219-3320
Service available at all of our office locations (Beverly/Peabody, Hyannis, Lawrence, Plymouth, Whitinsville, Worcester).