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HOME & COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES

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SERVING THOSE WHO

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Russo & Associates provide services and support to Texans with an intellectual disability (ID) or a related condition so that they can thrive in the community.

Russo & Associates are intended to provide rather than replace services received from other programs, such as Texas Health Steps, or from natural supports, including families, neighbors or community organizations.

WHAT WE PROVIDE

• Residential Services

• Group Home

• Host Home / Companion Care

• Respite Services

• Day Habilitation

• Employment Services

• Nursing Services

• Dental Services

• Behavioral Support

• Supported Home Living (transportation)

• Social Work

• Occupational Therapy

• Physical Therapy

• Speech Therapy

• Dietary Services

• Audiology Services

• Cognitive Rehabilitation Services (services for     people with brain injury)

• Accessible Minor Home Modifications

• Adaptive Aids

• Transition Assistance Services

 
 

HCS

The HCS provider can also provide personal assistance services, habilitation or emergency response services through the Community First Choice (CFC) program to individuals who live in their own home or family home. Individuals can also receive unlimited prescriptions through the Medicaid Vendor Drug Program.

 

CONTACT US TODAY

Call us to schedule a tour

281.607.1370

FAX 832.582.3647

EMAIL brittneyrusso@russohcstx.com

CORPORATE

1400 Broadfield Blvd Suite 200 Houston, TX 77084

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FAQ

What does HCS stand for?


Home and Community-Based Services




What is HCS?


HCS is a Medicaid waiver program that supplies services and supports to Texans with an intellectual disability (ID) or a related condition so that they can live in the community. HCS services are intended to supplement rather than replace services received from other programs, such as Texas Health Steps, or from natural supports, including families, neighbors or community organizations.




Who can get HCS?


HCS may be available to any Texas resident not living in an institutional setting who:

  • Has an IQ of 69 or below or has an approved related condition with an IQ of 75 or below.
  • Has mild to severe deficits in adaptive behavior.
  • Is eligible for Medicaid benefits.
  • Is not enrolled in any other Medicaid waiver program.