Individuals diagnosed with mental retardation may experience symptoms of mental illness and need the help of mental health professionals. These professionals will primarily assist the individual and his or her family through individual and group therapy, diagnostic services and behavior management.
Many of these services receive support through local, state and federal grants. Medicaid and Medicare are also potential payer sources for some services. Our financial office will assist each individual and family in understanding the payment mechanism prior to service delivery and program enrollment.
For 24-hour access to behavioral healthcare services via phone, triage crisis assessment and brief treatment, contact our Access Unit:
859-331-3292 or 877-331-3292 toll-free
859-331-1792 for TTY
Other Development Disabilities Services
Preadmission Screening and Residential Review (PASRR)
Supports for Community Living (SCL) Medicaid Waiver