Behavioral Health Services Department

 

Programs: Adult Health Home Care Management, Health Home +, Home & Community Based Services (HCBS), and Office For People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD)

548 Joseph Avenue
Rochester, NY 14605
Phone: 585-325-4910 ext.1217

Mary Gomez Desantis,LMSW,Master CASAC,ICADC
Director of Behavioral Health & Community Services

Baden Street Settlement

Email:mgomez@badenstreet.org

Phone:(585)445-6754

Mission Statement.

Baden Street Settlement of Rochester’s Behavioral Health Services provides quality professional services for adults to achieve independence and community integration for individuals living with developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance abuse.

Health Home Care Management

Care Managers

A Health Home Care Manager assists in creating a person-centered Care Plan.  Care Managers assist in care coordination of your medical, mental health, substance abuse, and social services’ needs. Care Managers collaborate with your primary care physician and service providers to provide follow up and communication. Care Managers ensure all parties involved in your care are working together and sharing pertinent information to ensure you reach your desired outcome, based on goals and objectives identified in your Care Plan.

Care Managers assist with housing needs, social, community activities, and legal assistance. If hospitalized, Care Managers participate in discharge planning, to ensure seamless transition from hospital stay to the next level of care.

 

 

 

 

Office For People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) program

Baden Street Settlement’s Office For People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) program is available for individuals who qualify for support and services.

OPWDD Service includes:

Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC) – Assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in gaining services and support to help meet their needs.

Plan of Care support services (PCSS) – An alternative form of Medicaid service coordination.

Family Education And Training (FET) – Educating families
about specific disabilities and managing techniques.

Out Of Home Respite-Providing after school activities and recreation. This includes boxing, swimming, computer lab and community integration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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