Overview

Serving People With Developmental Disabilities Throughout The Lifespan

Serving People With Developmental Disabilities Throughout The Lifespan

The Neurobehavior HOME program is a coordinated health care model and center of excellence for meeting the medical and mental health needs of people with developmental disabilities. We provide these services to children and adults:

  • Annual physical exams and well-child checks
  • Behavior management services
  • Case management
  • Crisis management
  • Dietician/nutritional counseling
  • Individual and group counseling
  • In-house billing and insurance support
  • Medication management
  • Primary medical care
  • Preventive care
  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Psychology services (testing)
  • Specialty care referral

Our providers have training and experience working with the medical and mental health issues faced by people with developmental disabilities. Many of our patients have impairments in their intellectual and/or social functioning which is a result of other developmental problems such as genetic disorders, birth trauma, autism spectrum disorders, and brain injuries.

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About Us

Serving Over 1,000 People of All Ages

The neurobehavioral clinic began with an idea in 1988 for a clinic that could provide mental health care to complex children with developmental disabilities in conjunction with psychiatric and medical problems.

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Enroll

The HOME Program is a coordinated care program for people with developmental disabilities where we provide both medical and mental health care. People enrolled in this program receive comprehensive and coordinated care services as part of their Medicaid eligibility.

All enrollees have their Medicaid card changed to the "HOME" option and receive mental health and primary care in the HOME clinic. Other specialty services are provided through University of Utah Health or through the person's third party health insurance.

Eligibility Requirements

Enrollees must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Receive Utah Medicaid
  • Have a developmental disability
  • Have mental health or behavioral challenges
  • Desire to receive both primary medical care and mental health care from our program

The HOME program is enrolling patients on a first come first served basis. If you have an interest in receiving services through the HOME Program, call Medicaid at 801-538-9154 to see if you qualify.

As openings occur, people at the top of the list will receive an intake packet. When we receive the completed packet, we will contact you for an appointment. If you have submitted a referral to Medicaid and received an intake packet at any time in the past, you can submit it to the program. We honor all previous applications.

Contact Us

For Current Patients

Your case manager is your main contact.

If your last name begins with A-Br: 801-587-8181
If your last name begins with Bu-E: 801-587-3359
If your last name begins with F-Ho: 801-585-5223
If your last name begins with Hu-Lo: 801-581-4334
If your last name begins with Lu-N: 801-585-0218
If your last name begins with O-R: 801-585-9778
If your last name begins with S-T: 801-585-6516
If your last name begins with U-Z: 801-587-7687

Schedule an appointment: 801-585-3828

Medication refill: 801-587-3980

After-hours emergency: 801-587-3195
If you call after-hours, please let the operator know you are with HOME.

Toll free number: 1-800-824-2073

Location

HOME
650 Komas Drive, Ste. 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
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Other Contacts

Member Services: 801-585-1960
Billing Specialist: 801-581-8110
Complaints Manager: 801-587-3109
Nurse Case Manager: 801-581-3855

Call the complaints manager with any program questions, complaints, or issues related to your civil rights.

Contact our CrisisLine