Nevada Children's Center offers the following rehabilitative mental health (RMH) interventions in accordance with the Nevada Medicaid Services Manual (MSM), Chapter 400:
Respite services are offered via a nominal cash-pay program. Respite services are short-term, out-patient services in a facility outside of the home. Respite provides a time-limited break for families and children experiencing mental health, behavioral health, and/or developmental delays. These services are provided by trained behavioral aides.
BST services include teaching children and their family basic living skills, self-care skills, social skills, communication skills, organization and time management skills and transitional living skills. BST services are one-on-one, community based services that can take place in schools, homes, libraries, parks, and other community settings. These service is provided by a Qualified Behavioral Aide (QBA) or Qualified Mental Health Associate (QMHA).
PSR services include teaching behavior management, social competency, problem identification and resolution, effective communication, moral reasoning, identity and emotional intimacy, self-sufficiency, life goals, and sense of humor. PSR services are one-on-one, community based services that can take place in schools, homes, libraries, parks, and other community settings. This type of service is provided by a Qualified Mental Health Associate (QMHA).