Two Additional Awardees of the Care Compass Network (CCN) Community-based Navigation Transformation Model Grant Program

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In September 2017, Care Compass Network announced five awardees of the Community-based Navigation Transformation Model Grant that covered 8 out of 9 counties within CCN’s geographical region. After a resubmission of RFP’s, CCN is pleased to announce that two additional grants for dedicated outreach and engagement resources have been awarded. Catholic Charities of Cortland County has been awarded a grant for resource funds for Cortland County and the Human Services Coalition has been awarded a second grant for resource funds for Tompkins County.

Catholic Charities of Cortland County
Catholic Charities of Cortland County is a private, non-profit human services agency that works to support those affected by mental illness and substance abuse, people living in poverty, and delinquent and at-risk youth. Catholic Charities provides basic services such as, case management, residential services, and emergency assistance. Click here to learn more about Catholic Charities of Cortland County.

Human Services Coalition
Working to enhance the delivery of health and human services in the Tompkins County area, the Human Services Coalition conducts community health planning, promotes the development of needed health services and resources, and increases access to health care services. The Human Services Coalition also operates 2-1-1 Tompkins/Cortland that helps connect people in need with the appropriate services and resources. Click here to learn more about the Human  Services Coalition.

Awardees from the First Round of the Community-based Navigation Transformation Model Grant Program

Chenango Health Network – Awarded resource funds for Chenango County
Chenango Health Network is dedicated to increasing access to health and wellness information and to health care services. Through collaborative partnerships, Chenango Health Network helps identify and address the needs of the rural communities they serve, such as, financial assistance, health insurance assistance, advocacy, prescription assistance, and population health improvement. Click here to learn more about Chenango Health Network.

Human Services Coalition – Awarded resource funds for Tompkins County
Working to enhance the delivery of health and human services in the Tompkins County area, the Human Services Coalition conducts community health planning, promotes the development of needed health services and resources, and increases access to health care services. The Human Services Coalition also operates 2-1-1 Tompkins/Cortland that helps connect people in need with the appropriate services and resources. Click here to learn more about the Human Services Coalition.

Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network – Awarded resource funds for Broome County
Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network works to improve pregnancy and birth outcomes and to support the health and development of individuals and families through education, connecting individuals and families to health care and other services, advocacy, and partnering with other agencies and providers to strengthen families. They also help individuals and families navigate the different health insurance options as well as enroll them in health insurance. Click here to learn more about Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network.

Rural Health Network of SCNY – Awarded resource funds for Broome, Tioga, and Delaware Counties
Rural Health Network of SCNY (RHNSCNY) serves rural communities in 8 counties within New York State, providing services and resources to those community members in need. RHNSCNY is working to enhance the health and well-being of rural individuals and families in the community through their 5 programs: Rural Health Planning, Community Health Services, Mobility Management of SCNY, Food and Health Network of SCNY, and Rural Health Service Corps. Click here to learn more about Rural Health Network of SCNY.

S2AY Rural Health Network – Awarded resource funds for Steuben, Chemung, and Schuyler Counties
S2AY Rural Health Network strives to integrate, promote, and expand appropriate components of the Public Health delivery system to improve health outcomes including dental care for those in rural communities. S2AY Rural Health Network works with Public Health departments in Chemung, Livingston, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, and Yates Counties. Click here to learn more about S2AY Rural Health Network.