Coordinated Care Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit management services organization with more than two decades of experience partnering with customers in the behavioral health and human services fields. We combine business acumen, industry knowledge and customized tools to provide our customers with the management services and technical assistance they need to meet their objectives and to improve the lives of the people they serve.
- Financial Services
- Evaluation and Services Research/Continuous Quality Improvement
- Cultural and Linguistic Competence
- System and Program Development
- Training and Practice Transformation
Solicitation for Expressions of Interest and Statement of Qualifications/Experience
Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (Contractor) is seeking qualified individuals/entities to provide the services listed below on behalf of the Monroe County Office for the Aging (MCOFA), a Division of the Monroe County Department of Human Services (MCDHS). Interested parties should send a letter indicating their interest along with a proposal and/or resume outlining their experience and qualifications. All responses/proposals must be prepared on the template provided. Service descriptions, hourly rates and/or fees for service, and availability and location of services should be included on the template. For more information and how to submit, please click here.
New Tools for Improving Health Literacy
Cultural Activation Prompts: At last month’s ACMHA Summit, Carole Siegel of the Nathan Kline Center of Excellence for Culturally Competent Mental Health Care, and Lenora Reid, CCSI’ Director of Cultural Competence and Diversity Initiatives presented their work on cultural activation and the importance of achieving health literacy in the context of culture and community. Sandra Mitchell, a Peer Specialist in the New York City area was also a member of the panel shared her experiences and how such a tool can be helpful in her engagement with clients. The tools they have developed help to support and empower patients in identifying and discussing cultural issues with their providers so that this information can be considered in developing care plans and treatment strategies, which is so critical to improving patient engagement and healthcare outcomes. Slides from this session can be found on the ACMHA website. For more information about CCSI’s work in the area of Cultural Competence, click here.