Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services Program (CRS)
The Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services (CRS) program serves people who have experienced traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and/or traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCIs). The program aims to ensure that consumers who have TBIs and/or SCIs receive individualized services to improve their ability to function independently in the home and community. Counselors, consumers, and family members work collaboratively to identify rehabilitation goals for the person who has an injury and to determine what services may be needed to support increased independence. Services that encourage a consumer to attain individual goals may include inpatient comprehensive rehabilitation services, outpatient rehabilitation services, and/or post-acute brain injury services.
The Proposed Reimbursement Methodology is located at Title 1 of the Texas Administrative Code, Part 15, Chapter 355, SubChapter M, Division 3, Rule 355.9040.
Rules pertaining to the Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services Program are located at Title 40 of the Texas Administrative Code, Part 2, Chapter 107, SubChapter D, Rules 107.701 - 107.715.