MHA’s Community Oriented Recovery and Empowerment (CORE) Services are person-centered, recovery-oriented, mobile behavioral health services that support and empower individuals to help further self-development and work towards their personal and professional goals. CORE services include Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment (CPST), Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Family Support and Training (FST), and Empowerment/Peer Support Services. CORE Services provide opportunities for eligible adult Medicaid beneficiaries to receive services in their own home or community.
These services are available to HARP eligible and approved individuals. HARP eligible individuals include those who are 21 years or older, are insured by Medicaid managed care, are enrolled in a Health Home and have a Care Manager. To learn more about Health and Recovery Plans (HARP), click here for information from OMH.