Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities Forms

The Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (DBHDID) is responsible for promoting and providing services related to behavioral health and intellectual/developmental disabilities in the state of Kentucky. Their main objectives include offering support and resources for individuals with mental health conditions, substance abuse disorders, and developmental disabilities, as well as ensuring access to appropriate care and treatment. DBHDID also aims to enhance prevention and intervention efforts, promote community integration, and improve the overall behavioral health and quality of life for Kentucky residents.

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This document provides a checklist of determination criteria for Serious Mental Illness (SMI) in the state of Kentucky. Use this to assess if an individual meets the criteria for SMI in Kentucky.

This document provides a checklist used in Kentucky to identify moderate to severe substance use. It helps in assessing the level of substance use and determining the appropriate treatment or support needed.

This document is a checklist used in Kentucky to identify individuals who have both behavioral health and chronic or complex physical health conditions. It helps healthcare providers assess and address the unique needs of these individuals.

This document is a checklist used in Kentucky to determine eligibility for Severe Emotional Disability (SED). It helps evaluate whether a student meets the criteria for this specific disability category.

This document is a patient referral form for Ky-Moms Maternal Assistance Towards Recovery (MATr) program in Kentucky. It is used to refer patients who are seeking maternal assistance and recovery support.

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