To help meet the needs of people living within the Association’s apartment complexes, we offer our Community Health and Wellness Primary Care services. It provides primary patient care for the Association’s tenants impacted by serious mental illness, a substance use issue and homelessness.
This service is made possible through a collaboration between the William K. Warren Foundation and the Association.
Essentially, it is the essence of “integrated care.” This means it blends traditionally separate behavioral health treatment with general medical services. You won’t find these models on prime-time medical dramas, but they are the focus of current health care reform efforts because they hold such promise for improving access to quality and appropriate care.
To qualify for Community Health and Wellness Primary Care services, participants must meet the following criteria:
Once someone is enrolled in the Community Health and Wellness Primary Care services, the person will have:
If individuals do not meet enrollment criteria for services, they will still have access to: