All About the Coordinated System of Care (CSoC)

1/19/2022 - 1/19/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Live Webinar; Sponsored by Magellan; no cost; Approved for 1.0 CE clock hours, Live Webinar

The Coordinated System of Care (CSoC) helps children and youth ages 5-20 who have serious mental health and substance use challenges and are currently or at-risk of out-of-home placement. The program offers services and supports to help these youth return to or remain at home while they are being helped and helps their families. The program uses the wraparound process which is a team-based activity that helps groups of people involved in the family’s life work together towards the family’s long-term vision.

Event Description:

  1. The introduction and history of the Coordinated System of Care also known as CSoC. Topics include the need to address children (ages 5-20) and families with significant mental and behavioral health challenges, the goal to reduce costly out-of-home placement and keep children in their communities, and how to find out more about the program online.
  2. How to determine if a child or youth is eligible for the Coordinated System of Care program and how to refer a child to the program. Topics include determining clinical eligibility, identifying family resources that will be responsible for the care of the child, and contacting Magellan to direct refer a child and what to expect while being enrolled.
  3. Children and families enrolled in the Coordinated System of Care are eligible for all services available through Medicaid in addition to four specialized services only offered through CSoC. In addition to these services, every youth and family receiving care in CSoC will work with a person who coordinates their care. This is called wraparound facilitation.
  4. Licensed Mental Health Professionals are valuable to our network.  Steps on how to join and the requirements will be discussed.

 Approved for 1.0 CE clock hours for professional counselors; no NBCC credit available for this program.

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