Specialty Behavioral Health

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Specialty Behavioral Health services are offered for adults, children, and families with more intensive needs typically delivered through a team-based care model. Oftentimes, a person has a severe behavioral health diagnosis, an intellectual and/or developmental disability, or a co-occurring mental health and substance abuse diagnosis to be a part of these services.

Some common examples of services include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, care management, and therapy services.

Families who have children with intensive needs may qualify for financial assistance through the Family Support Subsidy.

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Family Support Subsidy

The State of Michigan has a program to help families who care for their severely disabled children at home. The Family Support Subsidy is available to families with a child under 18 years of age who is in a special education program through their local school district or the Genesee Intermediate School District; school programs must meet state requirements. The child must meet criteria for specific categories including: cognitive impairment with development at a rate of 4.5 or more standard deviations below the mean, severe multiple impairment or autism. The family must have a Michigan taxable income below $60,000 and the child must be living in the home.

If they remain eligible and renew annually, a qualified family would receive a stipend per month. This money can be utilized any way the family feels it will best meet their needs, including purchase of additional therapies, special equipment, special food, paper diapers, transportation costs, in-home specialized care, respite care, family counseling, support groups, general household expenses, family recreation, and home remodeling to provide for the special needs of the child.

If you know of a family that might qualify for the Family Support Subsidy, please have them call the Family Support Subsidy line at (810) 496-5107 to request that an informational brochure and application packet be sent to the family and to ask any additional questions they may have.