By its nature, our work is a collaboration, a partnership, a living, breathing relationship. This is especially true in the case of the various collaborators with whom we do our work. Several of these deserve special mention.
- Are you concerned about your Medicaid clients once they leave your office?
- Are they receiving the social services they need? Are they adhering to their treatment plans? Do they need behavioral health care?
Hudson Valley Care Health Home services can decrease risk and improve outcomes for your patients in their communities where they live and work.
Our care managers engage with each member to provide additional support, such as securing transportation, managing their appointments, helping them get their Medicaid recertified, educating them on the importance of taking their medication as prescribed by their doctor, and connecting them to social services such as housing, food stamps and other benefits.
Community & social support
Our network of care management agencies has years of experience and deep community knowledge. We actively manage appropriate referrals, access, engagement, and follow-up to social support services.
Our services are reimbursed by Medicaid and managed care organizations. There is no cost to referring providers or to our members.
We offer comprehensive care coordination services for your Medicaid patients with two or more chronic conditions, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse and/or serious mental illness.
For more information about eligibility, to find out more about Hudson Valley Care Health Home services or to make a referral, contact:
Lamarr Hazel, Peer Specialist – 914-963-2626×225
Merelin Rodriguez, Community Health Worker
Choice of New Rochelle
Director of Outreach & Intake
71 North Ave
New Rochelle, NY 10801
(914) 576-0173 x125
Department of Social Services
We partner with them and accept people who are seeking job readiness skills by interning in specific positions throughout The Sharing Community by engaging in the Community Work Experience Program (CWEP). The CWEP program has lead to many participants becoming either part or full time employed in the community. CWEP participants are limited to non-profit organizations or community agencies that provide direct community service. Programs must include structured activities that provide both a community service and improve the employability of CWEP participants.