Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic
The Heartland Family Service Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) are a new model for our clients in southwest Iowa and north east Nebraska, to utilize throughout the time they’re involved in our services.
Heartland Family Service (HFS) clients that are enrolled in the CCBHC are assigned a HFS case coordinator, who will do an assessment to learn their specific needs and offer any needed additional resources. Once assessed the client will be introduced to the appropriate HFS services(s) and/or community resources to help them meet their needs.
The purpose of the CCBHC is to increase access to and improve the quality of community mental and substance use disorder treatment services and provide person- and family-centered, recovery oriented and trauma-informed integrated services.
These services include 24/7 crisis intervention for individuals with serious mental illness, or substance use disorders, including opioid use disorders; children and adolescents with Serious Emotional Disturbance; and individuals with co-occurring mental and substance disorders.
Clients who are enrolled will receive an assessment to learn their specific needs, then HFS staff will assist them by linking them to services both at HFS and in the community to help meet their needs. CCBHC will include a drop-in peer center, which is a powerful resource available for anyone needing assistance to stop-in and receive peer support.
The following services are in the CCBHC model of care. To see the area(s) they serve, eligibility, and fees, click on the service below:
- Assertive Community Treatment (IA)
- Child and Family Center, and School-Based Services (IA)
- Integrated Health Home (IA)
- Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation (IA)
- Mental Health Counseling (IA/NE)
- Mental Health Crisis Response Teams (IA/NE)
- Peer Support (IA/NE)
- Psychiatric Services & Medication Management (IA/NE)
- Substance Use Treatment (IA/NE)
Funding: The Heartland Family Service CCBHC is wholly funded by the Department of Health and Human Services/SAMHSA under award 1H79SMO83065-01 in the amount of $4,000,000 for the period 2/15/2020 – 2/14/2024.