Community Support Program (CSP)

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CSI Philosophy

Active Community Involvement Service Linkage Cultural Sensitivity Client Focused Fostering Empowerment Frank C. Sacco, Ph.D. President

COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAM

Creating Positive Activities in the Community

1695 Main St, Springfield, MA 01103 Ph: (413) 739-5572 540 VFW Pw, W. Roxbury, MA 02132 Ph: (617) 325-2993

www.CommunityServ.com

Community Support Program (CSP)

“Dedicated to Keeping Families Together.”

Insurances Accepted MBHP (Springfield only) BMC and NHP

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm Evening hours available by appointment 24 Hour Emergency

Community Support Program (CSP) Community Support Program (CSP)

Community Support Programs (CSPs) provide an array of services delivered by a community based, mobile, multidisciplinary team of paraprofessionals. These programs provide essential services to the following:   Members with a long-standing history of a psychiatric or substance abuse disorder Members who are at varying degrees of  increased medical risk Children/adolescents who have behavioral health issues challenging their optimal level of functioning in the home/community setting. In general, a Member who can benefit from CSP services has a disorder that required past hospitalization or has resulted in serious impairment with a risk of a future hospitalization. CSP services are used to prevent hospitalizations. They are designed to respond to the needs of individuals whose pattern of utilization of services or clinical profile indicates a high risk of readmission into a 24-hour treatment setting. These services are designed to be maximally flexible in supporting individuals who are unable to independently access and sustain involvement with needed services.

Services include:

• Assisting consumers in enhancing their daily living skills • Providing service coordination and linkage • Assisting with obtaining benefits, housing, and health care • Developing a crisis plan • Providing prevention and intervention • Fostering empowerment and recovery, including linkages to peer support and self-help groups.

For Intake and Referral, call: Springfield: (413) 739-5572 W. Roxbury: (617) 325-2993

You will be contacted within 24 hrs to schedule a face to face interview.

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