Tricia Williams, Director, 1115 Waiver Planning and Technical Assistance, CCSI and Jenna Velez, LCSW, Senior Consultant, System and Practice Transformation, CCSI recently authored an article, A Trauma-Informed Approach to the 1115 Waiver: A Critical Ingredient for Success, for Behavior Health News. Read the full article here: https://www.behavioralhealthnews.org/a-trauma-informed-approach-to-the-1115-waiver-a-critical-ingredient-for-success/
On Thursday, September 29th, Anne Wilder, President, CCSI and Shaunta Collier-Rankin, Director of Human Resources, CCSI, presented at Rochester Business Journal’s 8th Annual Women’s Leadership Summit about Allowing Mental Health to be a Priority. Anne and Shaunta spoke along with Kelly Polinski, National Population Health Consultant from Brown & Brown about why employers and employees […]
Check out the “Timeout with Leaders” podcast where Tyler White and Kevyn Rustici talk with our President Anne Wilder about how #leadership creates an environment for employees that’s safe, fosters collaboration, builds trust, sees employees as human beings, and encourages open communication so employees feel heard. Anne knows that our employees are our greatest asset, […]
Congratulations to CCSI’s Brittany Rumph, Consultant, for being a Rochester Business Journal Forty Under 40 honoree! We recently welcomed Brittany to our consulting team where she’s been leading projects and partnering with schools and school districts to improve the quality of educational experiences. Prior to joining CCSI, Brittany was nominated for Forty Under 40 by […]
Congratulations to our President Anne Wilder for being recognized as a 2022 ATHENA International Award finalist! This award is given annually to a professional female leader who has demonstrated significant achievements in business, community service, and the professional advancement of women. Women's Council, a Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce affiliate will present the awards at […]
Congratulations to CCSI’s Chief Human Resources Officer, Barbara Marianetti DesRosiers, for being recognized as a 2021 HR Executive of the Year honoree! The Rochester Affiliate of the National Human Resources Association recognizes exceptional HR leaders in our community. This prestigious award honors HR professionals who: Are innovative and consistently prepare their organizations for the future […]
Congratulations to CCSI's Cheryl Martin, Integrated Health Trainer and Clinical Consultant on her Healthcare Hero Award in the Lifetime Achievement category! We are so inspired by her compassion and commitment to helping individuals, families, and organizations. She has had such a significant impact on the quality of behavioral health care in our community. Thank you […]
Congratulations to CCSI’s President, Anne Wilder, on her RBJ Women of Excellence award! We appreciate her passion, vision and support, and are inspired every day by her leadership and dedication to improving lives and building stronger communities.
To address the impact of the COVID pandemic on tenants and landlords across the country, the US Treasury has distributed funds to support emergency rental assistance. To enable the distribution of this funding to tenants in need, CCSI is supporting Monroe County and the City of Rochester with the implementation of an online platform, SimpliGov, […]
The publicly funded health care delivery system in New York State has been rapidly transforming. As part of the next stages of the NYS Delivery System Reform Incentive Payments (DSRIP) Program, the NYS Department of Health (DOH) Community Based Organization (CBO) Planning Grant for Rest of State has been underway. Healthy Community Alliance, Inc. was awarded the […]
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The Clark Family Scholarship provides financial support for professionals working in the mental health or developmental disabilities fields within an eight-county area surrounding Rochester (Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates Counties) and who wish to pursue graduate degrees in their field. The maximum award is $7,500 per year. Award amounts are determined […]