Liberty and DDS are on track to clear the 13-year HCBS waitlist within just two years. This remarkable achievement showcases the state’s and company’s dedication to providing supports and services to individuals and families across the state.
The partnership will enhance Liberty programs and services that support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities by integrating the Charting the LifeCourse person-centered framework and tools.
On June 17, 2022, Liberty Healthcare COO, Sue Nayda and Director of Business Development Mike Hanna will discuss how we partnered with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Developmental Disability Services to launch a statewide initiative to improve access to home- and community-based services (HCBS) for individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Liberty of Indiana Corporation was the recipient of the Innovation in Quality Supports and Services Award at the 2021 Charting the LifeCourse Showcase for their leadership in integrating the CtLC framework into the provider quality review process throughout Indiana.
Alan Stillman presents interventions for developmentally delayed adults with sexual offending behaviors at the Annual Conference of the Forensic Mental Health Association of California on March 12, at 3:00 PM.
Liberty helped the Oklahoma DHS transform an emergency shelter into a short-term residential treatment program for children and youth with developmental disabilities. It now prepares to place its first successfully treated children into less restrictive environments.
Liberty Healthcare now offers free screenings of youth to determine if they qualify for publicly-funded, community-based mental health services under the Idaho Youth Empowerment Services (YES) program.
The Robert M. Greer Center, managed by Liberty of Oklahoma Corporation, has become the first program of its kind to be awarded accreditation from the National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD).