Care Coordination

Includes an ongoing source of connection, helping participants access treatment, faith-based initiatives, recovery support services, and resources on multiple levels. It is designed to creatively and uniquely address barriers to individual success. It also includes the provision of assessment, care planning, referrals, and monitoring collaboration, clinical services, probation and parole, insurance services, and access to attorney services. By design, care coordination improves access to supportive housing, educational opportunities, meaningful employment, medicaid enrollment, leisure activities and wellness, family and community social supports, parenting education, spiritual engagement, nourishment assistance programs, and any other individualized resources needed to help participants lead a healthy and fulfilling life.