A Provider who delivers a comprehensive array of mental health and substance abuse services. This does not include intellectual/developmental disability services, although some CABHAs may provide I/DD services. The role of a CABHA is to ensure that critical services are delivered by a clinically-competent organization with appropriate medical oversight and the ability to deliver a robust array of services. CABHAs ensure consumer care is based upon a comprehensive clinical assessment and appropriate array of services for the population served. A CABHA is required to offer the following Core Services: Comprehensive Clinical Assessment, Medication Management and Outpatient Therapy.
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