At Seven Counties Services, we believe that everyone with an intellectual or developmental disability has the right to live successfully in the community! We’re here to support you or a loved one, whether in childhood or adulthood, lead a more independent and fulfilling life. We promote person-centered care providing services to support the emotional, mental, and physical well-being of the individuals in our care.
Scope of Services
- 24/7 Crisis Prevention Response
- Family Support Services
- Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapy
- Waiver Services
- Supports for Community Living
- Michelle P. Waiver
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Home and Community Based
- Work Matters: Supported Employment
- Preadmission Screening & Resident Review (PASRR Assessment)
- Readmission Screening & Resident Review Specialist Services
What to Expect
During your first appointment with us, you or a caregiver will have your first interaction with us over the phone. A case manager will take your basic information, discuss the reason(s) for the call in detail, and then create a personalized plan to help.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services are available upon request.
Seven Counties Services provides direct services for deaf and hard-of-hearing adults, children, and their families.
We also provide guidance on use of Interpreter reimbursement funds available to CMHC’s by the Kentucky Division of Behavioral Health, DHH services.
DHHS engages in collaboration and networking often to close the gap in the continuum of care for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
For Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
24/7 Crisis Prevention & Response
The Crisis Prevention and Response Program offers a person-centered, short-term response for individuals who have intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD) and are experiencing a behavioral or psychiatric crisis. The overall goal is to provide immediate and intensive support to help individuals stay in their homes and communities and avoid hospitalization.
If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs support, please call 502-459-5292.