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CCSI is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) management services firm.
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We provide specialized support to customers in the behavioral health & human services fields.
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Check off on your NYS TAXES

Check boxLandmark legislation was passed in 2015 making New York the first State in the county to include Mental Health Public Awareness as a voluntary contribution on its State Income Tax Forms. Monies raised from this tax check off will benefit millions of New Yorkers who must fight the stigma of mental illness. Whether you fill out your income tax electronically or by paper, please consider contributing to this worhty cause.

Link to more information on NYAPRS Enews

Poverty Simulation Workshops



PASS Program


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.

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NY State of Health


CCSI News:

Continuous Quality Improvement: What’s In It for You?

This webinar will discuss the key steps to implementing a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) approach in your health and human services organization, as well as the benefits of effective CQI, including the value provided to the individuals you serve.

Presenters:  Melissa Affronti, PhD, LMSW, Senior Consultant, Center for Collaboration in Community Health; David W. Eckert, LMHC, NCC, CRC, Senior Consultant, Center for Collaboration in Community Health; and Tabitha Gerwitz DiLuglio, MPA, Sr. Program Associate, Center for Collaboration in Community Health

Date and Time: February 24, 2016 from Noon - 1:00 p.m. - Register


helping kids dealing with trauma:  the case for trauma-informed schools and more

Presentation by CCSI Director of Training and Practice Transformation Elizabeth Meeker, PsyD


Cultural competency & Health literacy assessment tool