Supports coordination services are for adults with intellectual and developmental
disabilities who are determined eligible for this service by the local
community mental health agency, network180. MOKA supports coordinators are Master’s and Bachelor’s level professionals. Our full time supports coordinators typically work with 24 – 32 individuals. Our supports coordination team is supported by Licensed Masters of Social Work (LMSW) supervisors and a Clinical Coordinator.
Using a person centered planning process; your supports coordinator will help you
create an individual plan of service. We will use a person centered planning process that respects your choices, is based on your strengths and honors your hopes and dreams. Your supports coordinator, using the information you provide, will complete an assessment of your strengths and resources to determine the medical necessity for services that will be covered by your insurance plan (such as Medicaid, Medicare or private insurance).
Your supports coordinator will ask your insurance provider to authorize these
services. Some services or supports (such as housing and transportation) may not be covered by your insurance plan. Your supports coordinator will work with you
to find resources that are available in the community.
Your supports coordinator will meet with you at your home, at your workplace, in the
community or occasionally at their office. They will meet with you at least as often as the frequency written in your individual plan of service (IPOS). The reason for meeting with you is to see how you are doing, ask if you are satisfied with your individual plan of service, ensure the service providers you chose are giving you the support you need to reach your desired goals, ask if you need additional help, and connect you to services
or resources in the community. Your insurance plan might use the words linking, coordinating, monitoring and advocacy to describe this meeting.
Our Kent Regional Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am until
5:00pm. Additional appointments can be scheduled directly with your supports coordinator in order to accommodate your schedule.
For information, contact DeeAnn Hands, firstname.lastname@example.org
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