Care management is a set of activities intended to improve patient care and reduce the need for medical and other human services by enhancing coordination of care, eliminate duplication, and helping patients and caregivers more effectively manage health conditions. Service providers are encouraged to communicate with one another so all of the individual and family’s needs are addressed in a comprehensive manner. This work is done through a Care Manager.
At Catholic Family Center, Care Managers focus on whole health, including; substance abuse, mental and behavioral health, primary care, social support, academic achievement, psycho-social and financial improvement, as well as coordinating activities with providers.
A Health Home is a group of health and community agencies that have agreed to work together to help people with many health issues get what they need to keep them healthier and safer in the community. Each person who joins gets a “care manager.”
This is a way to coordinate care for our Medicaid patients who have complex chronic diseases and mental health challenges. While many Medicaid patients are relatively healthy, there are several groups whose conditions are more severe, requiring support and assistance in the community.
Care Management services at CFC offer linkage to most important resources for individuals and families such as access to food, cleaning supplies, assistance in application for benefits and entitlements, etc... In addition, we provide care coordination and management services for individuals who are struggling with medical, mental, behavioral, and social needs. We support members to maintain connection with providers and receive the help they need.
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Recovery-oriented programs designed to build stability on a person's individual path to recovery.
A Children’s Health Home is a community-based care management program that provides comprehensive, person-centered, family-driven care planning for Medicaid members with high needs.
At Catholic Family Center, our Children’s Health Home program goal is to ensure all of the child’s/youth’s providers communicate with one another, and all aspects of care and social, behavioral, medical, mental, and academic needs and goals are met and coordinated. Our Health Home Care Manager’s role is to build linkages to community supports and resources, as well as to enhance the coordination and integration of primary and behavioral healthcare to better meet the needs of children and youth with multiple chronic illnesses.
The child or youth must be under the age of 21; and
To learn more, or to make a referral, download our program brochure.
Our Early Intervention services are provided in coordination with our Children, Youth and Family care management services. Visit the Early Intervention site.
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