How does Intensive Care Coordination work?

Intensive care coordination (ICC) is a state-funded Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) program focused on reducing the time that children spend in residential treatment facilities. The intensive care coordinator works closely with the child in various residential facilities on becoming a viable candidate for discharge. At the same time, the intensive care coordinator also works closely with the family and community to help prepare for the child's return. ICC can also work with families and community partners to prevent residential placement.

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For more information contact Scott Britton at 804-758-4035.

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1. How does Intensive Care Coordination work?
2. How does ICC work?
3. Who pays for the service?
4. Who is eligible to receive this service?
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