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OUR House Residential and Consulting Services was created to simplify and streamline the accreditation process for small to medium-sized behavioral health care and community-based care entities that have chosen to become accredited or have been mandated to do so. We serve organizations that have successfully navigated accreditation in the past, as well as those that are entering the process for the first time. Our materials can be customized to meet the needs of both traditional and non-traditional entities providing services such as foster care, group home care, community mental health, therapeutic day services, outpatient services, day support services, intensive in-home services, and etc.

SPECIAL CUSTOMER APPRECIATION SALE

Group home, Independent Living, Host Homes and 1/2 way homes policies and procedures templates only for sale at $1,200.00 until December 15, 2013 or until 1st 10 units are sold. limited packages and they can be used in ALL States.


Start a Independent living program under the authority of a current program less then 30 business days for young adults ages 19-21 in Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee and North Carolina for just $3,000.00 plus service fees (No worries about having to go through the state licensing process).Reimbursement per client range from $2,800 to $3,200 a month. Program policies and procedures, assessment forms, admission/discharge form and training, state contact informatin and services. Director of Services are responsible for housing needs, skill development of client, transportation and mentoring. Clients who are under foster care services (medicaid approved clients) and who can attend school or vocational program and must be able to work a job. Clients can be placed in an apartment or rental partner. (applications are accepted for the 5 clients in each state from November 26 - December 10, 2013.)








 
 Group homes for services, Assistance Living home, Sponsor Residential Homes, 1/2 way house program policy templates on sale. These programs are great for churches, non-profit agencies, retirees and those seeking a second career. Why spend $25,000 to $30,000 to go back to college to get a B.S. or Masters degree and then try to find a job making $25K to $30K a year after 4 to 7 years, while you can obtain a license community base program for under $14,000 and make up to $95,000 a year with just 2 clients!(consulting services, application and program forms not included)

Call today to see how you can get any of the following programs develop for as little as $500 a month! Group Home for Intellectual Disabilities, Sponsor Residential services, Intensive In-home, Therapeutic day treatment and Mental Health Community Services for adults.  Call today for more details at 804-640-7433!

Company Purpose

Welcome to OUR HOUSE Residential and Consulting Services one of the leader in developing policies and procedures for community based programs. We provide services for investors in 35 STATES. With over 68 years of combine experience in the community base industry and wrap-around services! Our agency provide licensing assistance to the following programs:
** Residential group home for adults/youths,
** Intensive in-home,
** Mental Health/Retardation day support, 
**Therapeutic day treatment 
** Home Health Care Services 
** Half-way House for rehabilitation prisoners
** Sponsor Residential Services for Adults
& other mental health/social service programs!

We take great pride in the services that our consultants and counselors provide for our clients! Our company is able to develop the following: your policies and procedures, core standards, application forms, human rights policy and procedures! Go to our BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY section for the type of services that you are able to own and operate! We GUARANTEED the approval of our policy and procedures and all of our documentation or a
REFUND of 100% of your MONEY BACK if the are not approved!
 
The licensing process is 16 months minimum, not 6 to 12 months as the state advertise.  OUR HOUSE Inc. have successfully obtain license for providers in less then 18 months in Virginia and 5 to 7 months in others.

DBHDS takes 4 to 6 months for initial application phase. Then 5 to 7 months for the 2nd phase (human rights and policies certifications). If they have an problem with your policies, then they submit them back to you and then its another 3 to 4 weeks for correction. The licensing department will NOT review your policies and procedures until you have join a local human rights committee (The don't tell you this at licensing).They give you 8 weeks for reviewing your policies after the approval of your Human Rights, but they are taking 16 weeks for this process. Once your policies are approved then they ask you to submit another completed and corrected version of your policies, which takes another 3 to 4 weeks. They state of Virginia have hired a competitor to manage in-home and day treatment services. They(CSB) are denying people initial approval for youths who need services and then calling those same clients back in 2 to 3 months later for follow up call and taken them into their own agency, "WOW"!
If a provider is having problems with licensure, we ask that you contact your local Senator, mayor and State commissioner. When you correspond back to your licensing specialist through email, make sure that you attach a Cc: to Les Saltzberg-Director, John Pezzoli-Deputy Commissioner, 2 local State Representative and Governor every time. Email them every 7 business days until you are provided an explanation from the state. Make sure that you keep a paper trail during the licensing process and protect your best interest. Your phone calls to the state representatives are not documented in their systems but your errors are, "Make the state department accountable". When your licensing specialist start given you verbal directions and NOT documented details of your errors and needed corrections, then call 9-1-1 because your program have just been placed in a state emergency.
If your program policies and procedures have been submitted into licensure before December 7, 2012 for initial application, then you will need to correct them now or they will delay your program for an additional 3 months. They are holding people application for being incompliance and they are obligated to refuse your policies and do not have to detail information to any of the owners.

In the Hampton Roads and Tidewater area, both CSB and National Counseling Group both have contract to obtain day treatment services through out the school district. The state of Virginia have hire CSB to monitor and approve all clients through the district for services and ALL local private providers must go through CSB to obtain clients for youth services. The owner of National Counseling Group is on the Board of Director of CSB. All local providers must obtain approval from its competition for lively hood. WOW!

GREAT OFFER! You can get a program started in the Virginia, Maryland, Oklahoma, North Carolina and Texas area for as little as $550.00 a month for the complete partnership program. Call today for more detail!

**PROGRAM ALERT *** FOR Virginia, Tennessess, Oklahoma & Georgia INVESTORS ONLY***PROGRAM ALERT** 
These states are looking for Potential
Business Owners for their Sponsored Residential programs** This is one of the states most popular programs today for  adults with intellectual Disabilities clients! The average mental health reimbursement per client is on the average of $5,000 to $7,800 a month! You can only have up to two(2) clients per family in a 7 person household! Great for couples or persons on fixed income or currently unemployed!                    



 






 VIRGINIA DIRECTOR LES SALTZBERG REWARDS FOR FAILURE!

Chief Les Saltzberg resigns from agency linked to Cho who killed 32 people at Virginia Tech - April 16, 2007

Exec Linked to Va. Tech Shooter Quits – Roanoke News  2007-07-05 12:24:58             
BLACKSBURG, Va. - The executive director of a mental health agency that had a role in treatment for the Virginia Tech student who killed 32 people and himself has quit after a year in the position.

The New River Valley Community Services board said the move was related to Tech.By Mike Gangloff 981-3336

The executive director of New River Valley Community Services, one of several mental health agencies linked to the case of Virginia Tech shooter Seung-Hui Cho, has resigned, agency officials confirmed Monday.
Les Saltzberg, a mental health services veteran who had been director for a year, resigned following a board meeting Thursday. His resignation, which was effective immediately, came as the board was to consider renewing his one-year contract.
It also came amid widespread media coverage of NRV Community Services' role in the treatment of Cho, who in April shot 32 people on Virginia Tech's campus before killing himself.
Reached at home, Saltzberg declined to say anything about his departure or what he intended to do next. Community services board members said the resignation was unrelated to Cho but would not say more.

NEW YORK TIMES  - NATIONAL BRIEFING SOUTH; Virginia: Director of Agency With Link To Gunman Quits

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS   - Roanoke Published: July 4, 2007
The executive director of a mental health agency that had a role in treatment for the Virginia Tech student who killed 32 people and himself has quit after a year in the position. Board members said the resignation on Thursday was related to the April 16 killings by Seung-Hui Cho. The official, Les Saltzberg, declined to comment. In December 2005, a special justice ordered Mr. Cho to undergo outpatient treatment. The mental health agency was required by law to recommend a treatment plan for him, but did not do so. Mr. Saltzberg has said the agency did not know treatment had been ordered.
New Virginia State Job – Les Saltzberg land new job as Associate Director at Department of  Mental Health Mental Retardation after Ralph Scrouf  current director steps down and Leslie Anderson takes new Director position. Les Saltzberg feels relieve to be from under the spot light of the Virginia Tech shootings and can now make a different with the providers of Virginia. Thanks Virginia and Virginia Tech families for the promotions.
News - Les Saltzberg – Business Owner in Virginia
We have Les Saltzberg listed as the Owner of Mcf Family Counseling Center, “Mcf Family Counseling Center” - (804) 560-8940
Mcf Family Counseling Center in Richmond, VA is a private company categorized under Social Workers. Our records show it was established in 1993 and incorporated in Virginia.
Products or Services: Psychiatric Social Workers, Licensed Social Workers, Clinical Social Workers, Family Social Worker and Mental Health Social Worker.

FBI Charge DBHDS licensing specialist Allison Hunter-Evans with Medicaid fraud in Virginia

NORFOLK, VA—W. Wayne Perry, Jr., 54, of Suffolk, Virginia, was indicted by a federal grand jury today on one count of health care fraud, 24 counts of false statements relating to health care matters, one count of alteration of records, and four counts of aggravated identity theft. Angela Perry, 51, of Suffolk, Virginia, was indicted on the same charges. Allison Hunter-Evans, 46, of North Chesterfield, Virginia, was indicted on one count of alteration of records.

W. Wayne Perry, Jr. and Angela Perry each face a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison for health care fraud, five years on each of the false statement counts, 20 years for alteration of records, and two years on each of the aggravated identity theft counts, if convicted. Hunter-Evans faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison for alteration and falsifying Medicaid information of client records.

According to the indictment, W. Wayne Perry, Jr. is the owner and operator of Community Personal Care, a business located in Norfolk, Virginia that is authorized to provide home health care services that are reimbursable by Medicaid, including personal care and respite care services. Angela Perry, his wife, is an officer and agent of the company. Between January 2009 and December 2012, Wayne Perry and Angela Perry orchestrated a false billing scheme where approximately 6,472 fraudulent claims were submitted to the Virginia Medicaid program, falsely representing that personal care and respite care services had been provided to 78 Medicaid recipients by Community Personal Care. The defendants thereby obtained health care benefit payments from the Virginia Medicaid program in the approximate amount of $1,328,744 to which they were not entitled. In order to conceal the fraudulent payments, Wayne Perry and Angela Perry altered the company’s office records, including time sheets. This was done with the assistance of Allison Hunter-Evans, who was then an employee of the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services.

This case was investigated by the FBI and the Virginia Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.


** STATES THAT ARE ON THE FREEZE - Indiana, Oregon, West Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Wyoming, Colorado, South Dakota and North Dakota!

Document Templates

We developed dozens of different documents to qualify for accreditation for your own behavioral health care practices. To accomplish this, we assembled a team that has a diversified background in hospital management, behavioral heal  services, community-based mental health care, finance, risk management, quality improvement, personnel management, governance, leadership, regulatory issues, information technology, and ethical business practices. That expertise helped us create templates for 104 consumer adaptable policies regarding service delivery administration and administration and management, 34 consumer adaptable policies regarding services and more than 100 adaptable clinical and administrative forms necessary to achieve accreditation. All policy and procedure documents and clinical and administrative forms are designed so your organization can review them, adapt them and implement them.

Internal Training

The best policy and procedures in the world are useless if we don’t follow them. Once you identify what you need for accreditation and complete all the documentation, you still have to put it all into practice. Let us help. Our team works with small to medium-sized organizations to educate and motivate staff to adopt accredited practices. Contact us to discuss your needs.

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FBI Charge DBHDS licensing specialist Allison Hunter-Evans with Medicaid fraud in Virginia

NORFOLK, VA—W. Wayne Perry, Jr., 54, of Suffolk, Virginia, was indicted by a federal grand jury today on one count of health care fraud, 24 counts of false statements relating to health care matters, one count of alteration of records, and four counts of aggravated identity theft. Angela Perry, 51, of Suffolk, Virginia, was indicted on the same charges. Allison Hunter-Evans, 46, of North Chesterfield, Virginia, was indicted on one count of alteration of records.

W. Wayne Perry, Jr. and Angela Perry each face a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison for health care fraud, five years on each of the false statement counts, 20 years for alteration of records, and two years on each of the aggravated identity theft counts, if convicted. Hunter-Evans faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison for alteration and falsifying Medicaid information of client records.

According to the indictment, W. Wayne Perry, Jr. is the owner and operator of Community Personal Care, a business located in Norfolk, Virginia that is authorized to provide home health care services that are reimbursable by Medicaid, including personal care and respite care services. Angela Perry, his wife, is an officer and agent of the company. Between January 2009 and December 2012, Wayne Perry and Angela Perry orchestrated a false billing scheme where approximately 6,472 fraudulent claims were submitted to the Virginia Medicaid program, falsely representing that personal care and respite care services had been provided to 78 Medicaid recipients by Community Personal Care. The defendants thereby obtained health care benefit payments from the Virginia Medicaid program in the approximate amount of $1,328,744 to which they were not entitled. In order to conceal the fraudulent payments, Wayne Perry and Angela Perry altered the company’s office records, including time sheets. This was done with the assistance of Allison Hunter-Evans, who was then an employee of the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services.

This case was investigated by the FBI and the Virginia Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.