The Collaborative for Children and Families is New York State's best resource.

for accessing services to support children and families on Medicaid.

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About

The Collaborative for Children and Families (CCF) is a coalition of more than 25 community based member organizations. Our member organizations have decades of collective experience working with children and families and are deeply rooted within the communities we serve.

CCF partners with Hospitals, Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) and community-based healthcare providers—serving all five borough in New York City, Westchester, Nassau and Suffolk counties.

CCF is a Health Home Serving Children and Families designated by the State Department of Health striving to keep children and families in NYS healthy!

CCF provides training, oversight, audit and compliance, partnership networking, advocacy and back office support so that our member agencies can focus on their core missions – serving and helping New York’s children and their families to live healthy and happy lives.

Through CCFs network partnership we have created a seamless way access to providers that can conduct physicals, perform complex mental health assessments, and provide treatment to those who are Medicaid eligible.

CCF Member Agencies

If you’re a Care Management Agency and wish to join our network, please inquire at info@ccfhh.org.

Resources for Children and Families

If you know a young individual who is a Medicaid recipient and lives in New York City, Nassau, Suffolk or Westchester counties, that suffers with chronic medical or mental health conditions, they may be eligible for a referral to a Health Home. CCF can provide an individual care manager to coordinate all their medical and behavioral treatment needs.

Eligibility for a Health Home care manager requires that an individual be diagnosed with:
HIV/AIDS, Complex Childhood Trauma or Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) – or – has been diagnosed with two or more chronic conditions such as Asthma, Diabetes, Obesity, teen alcohol abuse or substance abuse, etc.

If you’re unsure whether the individual in your care qualifies, take the Eligibility Quiz now.

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