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Home and Community Based Services

(Program)

*Adult Programs:​
  • Education Support Services – assistance to individuals who want to start to return to school
  • Pre-vocational Services – Time-limited services that prepare individuals for paid or unpaid employment
  • Intensive Supported Employment – Assists recovering individuals to obtain and maintain competitive employment
  • Ongoing Supported Employment – Supported provided to individuals after they have successfully obtained employment
  • Family Support and Training – Enhances the skills of family members and supporters so they can support the recovery of a family member with behavioral health issues.
 
*Children and Youth Services:
  • Community Habilitation – assistance with learning social and daily living skills, and health related tasks and participate in community activities
  • Day Habilitation – assistance with learning social and daily living skills such as building relationships, cooking and communication skills
  • Caregiver/Family Support – Training and education for families and caregivers to make informed and empowered choices
  • Community Self Advocacy Training and Support – Assistance to understand developmental, medical, mental health, and/or substance use needs; assistance with difficulties while participating in community activities; self-advocacy training
  • Prevocational Services – learn skills to help get ready for paid work or volunteer work
  • Supported Employment – ongoing support while getting a job and while working
  • Planned Respite Services – provide short term relief for families/caregivers and support the child

Eligibility: Adults – Must be 21 or older, be insured only by Medicaid, and be eligible for Medicaid Managed Care.
Children and Youth – Children and Youth with disabilities, up to age 21, who are enrolled in or eligible to enroll in Medicaid and are found eligible for HCBS.

Application Process: Call or walk in for assistance.

Required Documentation: Call for information.

Fees: Call for information.

Herkimer, Oneida, and Otsego Counties.

Arc Herkimer
(Agency)

Arc Herkimer - Enabling people with disabilities and enriching lives throughout our community.

350 S Washington Street
Herkimer NY 13350

Website: www.archerkimer.org

Hours: Depending on the service, Arc Herkimer is a 365 day a year, 24 hours a day operation

Contact

Service/Intake:

Website: archerkimer.org


125-127 E ALbany Street
Herkimer NY 13350

Hours

M-SA 8:00AM-4:00PM

Staff

Catherine Loomis
Supports & Services Director
cloomis@herkimerarc.org
315-574-7893

This program is offered at this site:

Career Connections

Main Address:

257 N Main Street

Herkimer NY 13350

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