Community Partners Sample Clauses

Community Partners. The Contractor shall contract with Behavioral Health Community Partners (BH CPs) and Long- Term Services and Supports Community Partners (LTSS CPs) as described in Sections 2.3.F and 2.3.G.
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Community Partners. Certified Community Partners (CPs) are community-based organizations that offer members linkages and support to community resources that facilitate a coordinated, holistic approach to care. Behavioral Health (BH) CPs are responsible for providing certain supports for members (adults and children) with serious mental illness (SMI), serious emotional disturbance (SED), and/or serious and persistent substance use disorder (SUD).
Community Partners. 2.4.2.5.1. The Contractor shall form relationships with community partners that provide non-Program and non-Medicaid services for Member needs that may affect health. As part of care coordination, the Contractor shall leverage awareness of the community resources and relationships with community partners to assist in linking Members with appropriate services.
Community Partners. The Pre-K Community Partners includes, at a minimum, District representatives and the program administrator from each Provider.
Community Partners. 1. Contractor shall provide the following outreach services:
Community Partners. Community partners may take the form of any local organization or stakeholders whose participation supports LPA objectives. Post-Secondary Education: California State University, Stanislaus, Disability Resource Services Columbia Community College, Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) Modesto Junior College (DSPS) San Xxxxxxx Delta College/Community College (DSPS) (Including WorkAbility III) Public Community Services: County Behavioral Health, America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) Private Non-Profit Social Services and Organizations: Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired/Stockton, Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living (DRAIL), Family Resource Network (FRN), Independent Living Centers, NorCal Deaf Services, and Mother Lode Job Training. DRAIL Agency and Referral Process: Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living (DRAIL) Independent Living Centers (ILC) are designed and operated by people with disabilities in response to local needs. As an Independent Living Center, XXXXX has successfully assisted many individuals to obtain Social Security benefits, acquire adaptive medical aids, and gain necessary accommodations to participate in vocational training. DRAIL’s core services are Information and Referral, Individual and Systems Advocacy (including Social Security benefits advising), Independent Living Skills, Peer Counseling, Transition and Diversion, managing Personal Assistants, applying for Housing, and Assistive Technology. DRAIL’s services are free. Who is eligible for DRAIL services? People of all ages with any type of disability. The individual does not need to be able to communicate verbally, but they must have some way to communicate or to indicate that they would like a representative to communicate on their behalf. To refer to the DRAIL Independent Living Centers: The consumer may contact DRAIL by the following: Stockton at 000-000-0000 or 000-000-0000 TTY; Modesto at 000-000-0000 or 000-000-0000 TTY; Sonora at 000-000-0000 or 000-000-0000 TTY. The consumer is welcome to have someone assist them make the call. Any party with a release of information may also contact DRAIL. Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA). Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA) projects are community-based organizations authorized by the Social Security Administration to help people understand Social Security work incentives. WIPA helps people make informed choices about work by helping people to understand how work...
Community Partners. Certified Community Partners (CPs) are community-based organizations that offer members linkages and support to community resources that facilitate a coordinated, holistic approach to care. Behavioral Health (BH) CPs are responsible for providing certain supports for members (adults and children) with serious mental illness (SMI), serious emotional disturbance (SED), and/or serious and persistent substance use disorder (SUD). Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) CPs are responsible for providing certain supports to members with LTSS needs including physical disabilities, members with acquired or traumatic brain injury, members with intellectual or developmental disabilities (ID/DD).
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Community Partners. The Board of Health must enter into discussions with all Community Health Centres and Aboriginal Health Access Centres in their catchment area to ascertain the feasibility of a partnership for the purpose of delivering this Program. • The Board of Health must enter into Service Level Agreements with any partner organization (e.g., Community Health Centres, Aboriginal Health Access Centres) delivering services under this Program. The Service Level Agreement must set out clear performance expectations, clearly state funding and reporting requirements between the Board of Health and the local partner, and ensure accountability for public funds. • The Board of Health must ensure that base funding is used to meet the objectives of the Program, with a priority to deliver clinical dental services to clients, while staying within the base funding allocation. Mitigation (100%) One-time mitigation funding must be used to offset the increased public health program costs of municipalities as a result of the cost-sharing change.
Community Partners. The LPA for Monterey and San Xxxxxx Counties includes community partnerships that have been and continue to be established for a variety of workforce development opportunities. Community partners represent a wide variety of resources offered to the general public and will be invited to attend stakeholder meetings to contribute. The LPA will identify gaps within the transition and into adulthood timeframe when individuals are looking to gain vocational skills and/or permanent employment. Community partners may offer their services and resources to eliminate these identified gaps to help individuals achieve CIE. This LPA will be held as a continually evolving document to welcome, engage and include any core partner that would like to participate. Stakeholders not listed but may also include those who attend LPA Stakeholder meetings, individuals, family members, employers, general community or business partners. For the contact details of community partners, please reference Appendix A.
Community Partners. MPS will enter and maintain partnerships with American Indian community based organizations to provide supplementary educational programming and advocacy to support the work at Best Practice sites and district wide to support the ultimate goal of improved educational outcomes for American Indian students.
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