School Contracted Services
Helping Schools, Helping Students Succeed in the Classroom
Community Partnerships has the expertise and experience to provide excellent services in the classroom.
Our staff have extensive experience collaborating with educators, parents and specialists to design programs that maximize every child's learning experience.
CPI began providing Developmental Therapy, Behavioral Intervention, Behavioral Consultation and Community Based Rehabilitation services to school districts in 2007 and have built a robust, well-trained team of educated, experienced professionals and paraprofessionals.
These services can mean the difference between keeping a student in their own school setting and having that student placed into a more restrictive educational situation. Therefore, it is imperative that the staff providing these necessary supports be capable, qualified and well trained. We ensure that our staff comply with or exceed the qualifications, education and training as required by the Department of Health & Welfare’s new rules and regulations.
Community Partnerships offers the following School Based Medicaid Services:
- Behavioral Intervention (BI)
- Behavioral Consultation for Assigned Students
- Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS)
Community Partnerships of Idaho also offers non-Medicaid services for educators, assistants and aides.
Behavioral Consultation and School Personnel Training can assist educators in developing effective programs and behavior management strategies to help students struggling with aggression, inattentiveness, disrespect, impulsivity or other disruptive behaviors.
In addition, CPI offers its billing expertise as a contract service to school districts who may have limited administrative support. CPI is an organization that has successfully navigated the ever-changing Medicaid billing process, particularly the recent transition to the Molina billing procedure. Since 1995, our company has provided accurate and accountable documentation to Idaho’s Division of Medicaid and to our clients.
Community Partnerships of Idaho welcomes inquires from school district personnel interested in learning more about the services we provide to students.
Your team of para-professionals is a tremendous asset to our teachers in the classroom by providing behavioral supports for our students. They are well trained in understanding a child’s needs and assisting in de-escalating disruptive behaviors.
— Tara Handy, Former Director of Educational Services, Mountain Home School District #193