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Contact: Direct Number (915) 599-6680
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The EHN Day Habilitation location is a comprehensive Learning Center which allows EHN to provide services to its IDD consumers at one centralized location. We provided both recreational and pre-vocational activities to help consumers learn how to be more active in the community. The curriculum also includes life skills lessons to encourage independence and allows consumers to move between classrooms where they are engaged in such courses as math, science, writing, dance and art classes throughout the day.
Emergence Health Network, together with local providers of community-based services and supports established a Continuum of Care “road map” highlighting IDD resources available in the greater El Paso area.
The effort resulted in a thorough picture of the challenges and opportunities that providers, consumers and their support network face when navigating the complex system of service for individuals with IDD. The outcome is a living document which local providers can update as changes in service provisions occurs.
To view the IDD Continuum of Care Chart click HERE
To view the Texas Behavioral Health Strategic Plan and IDD Strategic Plan click HERE
Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) for individuals with IDD is an additional service that EHN offers. EHN also refer to our ICF’s as our EHN Casas because we provide residency for our qualified IDD consumers. Here, the IDD individuals can live independently and also get comprehensive and individualized health care and rehabilitation services.
EHN currently operates three ICF/Casas in the El Paso area.
5314 Blanco Street, El Paso, TX 79905
Casa De La Promesa
5310 Blanco Street, El Paso, TX 79905
8824 Norton Street, El Paso, TX 79904
The Community First Choice program that provides home and community-based attendant services and supports to Medicaid recipients with disabilities.
The Home and Community Based Services program includes individualized services and supports to persons with intellectual disabilities who are living with their family, in their own home or in other community settings, such as small group homes.
The Texas Home Living program provides selected essential services and supports to people with an intellectual disability or a related condition who live in their own home or their family’s home.
START (Systemic, Therapeutic, Assessment, Resources and Treatment) is a person-centered solution-focused approach that employs positive psychology and other evidence-based practices. It’s a national initiative that strengthens efficiencies and service outcomes for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and behavioral health needs in the community. The model helps reduce the use of emergency services and state facility/hospital stays.
Outcomes also include:
Click to view video and learn more about the START program
Money Follows the Person (MFP)- Transition Support Team (TST)
The Transition Support Team provides support activities to Local Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Authorities (LIDDAs) and Home and Community Based Services (HCS) and Texas Home Living (TxHmL) program providers that serve individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) at risk of being admitted to an institution, and those who have transitioned from institutional settings, including State Supported Living Centers (SSLCs) and Nursing Facilities (NFs). The program is designed to assist LIDDAs and providers in enhancing services and supports to assist individuals and prevent institutionalization.
Emergence Health Network is the HUB for the LIDDA Service Area 1. There are 8 Hubs in Texas. Please click on the link below to access the other Hubs and their designated service area.
EHN will provide TST support in the designated service area that consists of the following LIDDAs:
Transition Support services include educational activities (webinars, videos, correspondence), de-identified (as necessary) case reviews, and technical assistance, upon request from LIDDAs and providers, on specific disorders/topics that focus on the medical and behavioral health of an individual with IDD.
The Transition Support Team members include Psychiatrists, Registered Nurses, Behavior Specialists, LPCs, LMSWs, and Physicians.
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