Care Management for At-Risk Children (CMARC)
Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is a program offered at no charge for children birth to 5 years of age who:
- Have special health care needs, are premature infants, foster care children and children; and
- Have exposure to "toxic stress" (domestic violence, active parental substance abuse, etc.); and/or
- Are referred by the child's doctor, WIC, DSS or other community program.
Examples of What CC4C Care Managers Do:
- Ask you about your child's and family's needs, concerns, goals, and questions.
- Work with you to help you build a strong link to a medical home (regular doctor) for your child.
- Work with your child's health care providers to be sure you get what you need.
- Offer referrals to community resources to meet your family's specific needs.
The goal of CC4C is to improve your child's care by linking you to services that will meet the specific needs of your child and family.
For more information, visit Medicaid.
Becky Hinshaw, Program Coordinator
Email Becky Hinshaw
Fax referrals 336-318-6241