Care Coordination assists people in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services.
There are six main functions of Care Coordination services:
- Needs assessment: Talking with you to determine the biggest needs or barriers to being successful in treatment.
- Case planning: Working with you to decide what is the best way to help you reach your goals.
- Service arrangement: Coordinating with you and other providers to get you scheduled and seen by whatever service is needed.
- Social support: Identifying your personal support system to determine your social needs are being met or if referrals are needed to strengthen your supports.
- Reassessment and follow up: At a minimum of every six months staff who assess your progress towards treatment goals by meeting with you, the school, or any other providers helping with your recovery.
- Monitoring: Staff with talk with you about what services have been provided and if those services are meeting your needs.
- Adjustments will be made as needed.