Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)
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 main goals of the program are:
- to connect families with services for children and families
- to support children in reaching their developmental potential
- to help ensure that children are raised in healthy, safe, and nurturing environments
Services provided by CC4C care managers are tailored to patient needs and risk stratification
guidelines. Contacts occur in medical homes, hospitals, in the community and in
children’s homes. Each child served by CC4C is linked to a specific Medical Home
and CC4C Care Manager. The Care Manager works closely with the local medical practice
serving as the child’s Medical Home to coordinate roles and responsibilities and
ensure the child obtains necessary care.
Who is Eligible?
- Children with Special Health Care Needs (chronic physical, developmental, behavioral
or emotional conditions) who require health and related services of a type and amount
beyond that required by children generally
- Children exposed to severe stress in early childhood
- Children in foster care who need to be linked to a Medical Home
- Children in neonatal intensive care needing help transitioning to community/Medical
If you are interested in more information about the Care Coordination for Children
program, please contact Kerri Barker, RN at (336) 703-3242.