• General Presentations

  • Adult Housing and Community Support Services

    Programs that provide individuals with varied supports to promote recovery, health, safety, community integration, employment and self-sufficiency. This may include a place of overnight housing.

  • Adult Long-Term Residential Services

    Programs that provide individuals a place of overnight housing for a long-term period of time in a specialized residential facility with necessary daily living, physical, social, clinical and/or medical support. Transition to a less restrictive setting, while ideal, is not a common goal for individuals receiving services in these settings. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DDS, MCB, and MRC.
  • Capacity Building

    Programs that support providers or agencies in order to facilitate or enhance services delivered to individuals or families. This may include, but is not limited to, staff augmentation, staff education and training, infrastructure and administrative support, technical assistance, and material goods

  • Case Management

    Programs that provide the management, planning, or referrals of services delivered to an individual or family. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DCF, DDS, DPH, and ELD.
  • Competitive Integrated Employment (CIES)

    Programs that provide individuals with employment services to attain competitive work and sustainable income, including job support and job retention services.

  • Clinical and Medical Counseling, Therapy, and Treatment"

    Programs that provide clinical, medical, and/or behavioral treatment to individuals, including counseling, therapy, rehabilitation, and stabilization.

  • Clubhouse Services

    Programs that provide individuals with mental or behavioral health issues support services which include: employment, educational services and social services to help individuals live a productive and stable life in the community. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DMH.
  • Family Stabilization

    Programs that provide supports to enrolled individuals and families with the purpose of promoting stability, whether this involves preventing out-of-home placement, supporting transition between placements, or independent living. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DCF, DMH, DDS, and MCB.
  • Family Transitional Support

    Programs that provide families a place of overnight housing in a specialized congregate or individual setting to enable stabilization and transition to a safe, permanent and self-sufficient home environment. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DCF and DPH.
  • Growth and Nutrition Program

  • Lead Poisoning Prevention, Diagnostics, Treatment

    Programs that provide individuals and families prevention education and services, screening, diagnosis, and treatment to address lead poisoning. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DPH.
  • Placement and Adoption Services and Supports

    Programs that provide a continuum of services relating to foster care, shared living placements and adoption, including recruitment, placement, and supports to individuals, families, and caregivers to promote stability in the temporary or permanent family placement. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DCF, DDS, and DYS.
  • Supported Employment

    Programs that provide individual and group supported employment in the community and center-based, sheltered work programs for individuals that require provider support and/or supervision.
  • Youth Intermediate Residential

    Programs that provide a child, adolescent, or young adult a place of overnight housing in a specialized residential or hospital setting for a limited period of time to promote stabilization and transition to a less restrictive setting, to a permanent family home, to independence, or to another adult serving program. Participating EOHHS Departments include: DCF & DMH, DPH, and DYS.
  • Youth Short-Term Stabilization, Emergency Placement

    Programs that provide a child or adolescent a place of overnight housing in a specialized residential setting for a short term-period, generally less than 45 days, to promote stabilization, determine appropriate long-term placement, or provide integration and ongoing services.
  • For more information, please email EOHHSPOSPolicyOffice@state.ma.us