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Community Transition Program (CTP)

Welcome to the Community Transition Program. The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) has contracted with CareSource to facilitate continued treatment and recovery support services for individuals with substance use disorder (SUD) who are returning from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitations and Corrections (ODRC).

The CTP promotes access to continued treatment, including Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to reduce the risk of relapse, and provides recovery supports. Recovery supports may include housing assistance, vocational supports, life skills, transportation and other supportive services.

Benefits and Services

The CTP provides the following benefits and services.

Treatment Services (Medicaid-funded except SUD residential treatment)Recovery Services (Non-Medicaid reimbursement - CTP funded)
Diagnostic assessmentPrison in-reach in person (>2 events per year)**
Intensive outpatient services (>30 days)*Prison in-reach via video conference (>4 events per year)**
UrinalysisSupport for housing (recovery housing, permanent supporting housing)** 
Outpatient individual and groupEmployment services, job training and education
SUD residential treatmentPeer recovery supporter
Case managementTransportation (>1 event per month)**
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)Life skills
Crisis interventionRelapse prevention
Ambulatory detoxification including NaloxoneSpiritual support individual and/or group
Identification fund (>2 events per year)**
* Requires prior authorization**Requires prior approval

Partner with CareSource

Become a CareSource health partner for CTP. Submit one of the following forms to get started:

Contact CareSource

Health Partner Services:  1-844-539-1729 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Provider Portal:  https://providerportal.caresource.com/OH

Prior Authorization:  Call Health Partner Services.

Claims:  Submit and check status via the Provider Portal; call Health Partner Services for inquiries.

Contact OhioMHAS

Website:  http://mha.ohio.gov/

Call:  1-877-275-6364 toll-free for information and referral