As a provider of the Home and Community Based Service-Adult Mental Health (HCBS-AMH) program, we offer an array of services to individuals who have been diagnosed with a Severe Mental Illness. Our program provides individualized services, tailored to the unique needs of each person served. HCBS-AMH services enable the participant to live and succeed in their community of choice. We ensure that each individual is experiencing the fullness of life. Heaven on Earth LLC operates under DSHS, which is one of five state agencies which operates under the authority and oversight of HHSC, the single state Medicaid agency.

Residential Options
Host Home/Companion Care: Care received in a residential setting in which services are provided by a host home or companion care provider who lives in and owns or leases the residence.

Supervised Living Services: Individuals live in residences in which the HCBS-AMH provider holds a property interest.

Assisted Living: Home-like setting that includes 24-hour, on-site response staff to meet scheduled/unpredictable needs (personal care, homemaker, chore services, medication oversight; therapeutic, social, and recreational programming.

Supported Home Living: Assists individuals living in the their own home or family residence which is not provider owned or operated.   

Respite Care: Provides temporary relief from care giving to the primary caregiver of an individual. (In-Home/Out-of Home)

Professional Services

 Registered Nursing: Services that are within the scope of the Texas Nurse Practice Act and are provided by an RN (or licensed vocational nurse under the supervision of an appropriate Clinical Supervisor RN), licensed to practice in the state.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services: Evidence-based or evidence-informed interventions which support the individual’s recovery by helping the individual develop, refine and/or maintain the skills needed to function successfully in the community.

Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment: Goal directed supports and solution-focused interventions intended to achieve identified goals or objectives.

Substance Use Disorder Services: Specialized services and assessments. Ambulatory group and individual counseling for substance use disorders.

Peer Support: Services provided by self-identified consumers who are in recovery from mental illness and/or substance use disorders.

Additional Services

 Home-Delivered Meals: Provides nutritionally sound meals delivered to the individual’s home.

Transportation: Enable individuals to gain access to services, activities, and resources in the community.

Supported Employment: Services to sustain paid employment in regular work settings or support to be self-employed, work from home, or to perform in a work setting at which individuals without disabilities are employed.

Employment Assistance: Helps individuals to work at regular job.

Transition Assistance: Payment of set-up expenses for individuals transitioning from institutions into community settings necessary to enable individuals to establish basic households.

Flexible Funds: Monies utilized for non-clinical supports.

Minor Home Modification: Physical adaptations to an individual’s home that are necessary to ensure the individual’s health, welfare, and safety, or that enable the individual to function with greater independence in the home.

Adaptive Aids: Specialized equipment and supplies (devices, controls, and appliances) that enable individuals to increase their abilities to perform activities of daily living, to perceive, to control, or to communicate with the environment.