PCS Behavioral Health has partnered with the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Developmental Disabilities, to deliver Enhanced Systems of Support (ESOS) services to children and adults with an Intellectual and Developmental Disability who also experience behavioral challenges that pose a risk to their safety and stability in the community.

A New Look to Augment and Expand Current Service Delivery and Support
The ESOS Clinical Team serves as a fresh set of eyes to identify services gaps, assist with linkages to other services needed to maintain safety and tenure in the community, and develop successful support strategies to crises and challenging behaviors.

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PCS Behavioral Health will work in collaboration with ESOS members, their various providers, supports, and with state-wide mobile crisis teams to improve their lives and ability to self-regulate and thrive in the community.

Services That Deliver Outcomes
Goals of ESOS services include: decreased frequency of crisis events (e.g., ER visits, inpatient hospitalization, law enforcement involvement), increased Member ability to remain safe in the community and out of the hospital, reduced utilization of psychotropic medication to manage challenging behaviors when possible.