Connecticut Community Care, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
43 Enterprise Drive Bristol CT 06010 USA
Ccci is a non-profit care management organization that provides person-centered care coordination and transition services for elders, individuals with disabilities and their families. People served experience multiple chronic conditions and require direct in-home health services. Ccci believes in the right of all people to have the control they desire over aspects of life that are important. Providing information, resources and assistance to remain in their home of choice is at the core of our work. We contract with the department of social services as an access agency to the connecticut home care and money follows the person programs in 123 ct towns. A private division, care management associates (cma), works with private pay individuals and contractors. Community based care transitions programs, funded by cms, operate in nine hospitals in eastern and north central connecticut to support transitions and reduce readmissions. Ccci also partners in the north central and eastern adrcs.
Home care program - medicare waiver funded: through a contract with the state of ct department of social services, ccci provided the long term care management of health and social services for connecticut's frail elderly to help keep them out of nursing homes. A total of 8,803 clients benefited from these services.
ct home care program - state funded: through a contract with the state of ct department of social services, ccci provided the long term care management of health and social services for connecticut's frail elderly to help keep them out of nursing homes. A total of 3,353 clients benefited from these services.
other programs:provide health and social services to individuals in need, through public grants, private grants and donations.
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