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Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)

Subtitle
At-risk population management for children

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is an at-risk population management program that serves children from birth to 5 years of age who meet certain risk criteria. The CC4C Program began March 1, 2011, as a partnership between Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC), the NC Division of Public Health (DPH), and the NC Division of Medical Assistance (DMA). CC4C care managers help with finding a doctor for the child and providing resources to address the family’s needs, concerns, and goals.

The goals of CC4C are:

• To make sure children are raised in healthy, safe, and nurturing homes

• To strengthen families through home visits and personal phone calls

• To connect families to programs, services, and resources which meet their health needs

• To provide parent support programs when available

• To help parents in being their child’s best advocates

• To help children reaching their full potential

Eligibility

Children ages birth to five who have been diagnosed with developmental delays or disabilities, long term illness and/or social and emotional disorders

Who May Benefit from CC4C?

• Children with special health care needs

• Children in foster care and in need of a medical home

• Children living in stressful situations

• Children who are high cost/high users of health care services

Questions or want to make a referral?

Call Joy Tilley at 704-772-4626