Piatt County Mental Health Center

1921 North Market Street    /    Monticello, Illinois 61856    /    217.762.5371   /    tkirkman@piattmhc.org

For more information, contact
Amy McDermith, Director of Developmental Services, at
(217) 762-5371 or amcdermith@pcmhc.org

Community

Support

Services

Community Support Services provide necessary guidance, support, and assistance to consumers and their families who reside in their own home or apartment in order to maintain their independent living. 

 

Intermittent CILA (Community Integrated Living Arrangement)

Individuals served in this program are adults who have a Developmental Disability. Individuals may choose to live with their families or in a home of their own. Services are designed to promote independent living, community integration, and economic self –sufficiency. Agency staff transport clients to doctor’s appointments, help with grocery shopping and facilitate progress on individual goals such as healthy meal planning and preparation.

 

Children Home Based

Individuals served in this program are age birth to 18 years old who have a Developmental Disability. Services included are behavior intervention and treatment, service facilitation, and personal support. This program also gives an additional allotment for adaptive equipment, assistive technology, home accessibility modifications, and vehicle modifications. 

 

Adult Home Based

Individuals served in this program are age 22 to elderly who have a Developmental Disability.  Services included are Service Facilitation, Personal Support, Crisis Services, Nursing, Emergency Home Response Services, Transportation, Developmental Training, Supported Employment, Behavior Intervention and Treatment, Behavior Counseling, Psychotherapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy.  This program also gives an additional allotment for adaptive equipment, assistive technology, home accessibility modifications, and vehicle modifications.

Respite

Services are offered to individuals birth to elderly who have a Developmental Disability.  Services are designed to allow caregivers time away from the responsibility of caring for their loved one while giving the individual the opportunity to gain new experiences. 

Representative Payee

Services delivered through Social Security funds and offered to individuals in programming.  Staff ensure consumers' household and recreational needs are met through the distribution of these funds.