Who pays for the service?

Medicaid, third party payers (health insurance), CSA funds, or client pay based on a sliding scale fund the service.

The coordinator also works closely with the child's natural supports and agencies (for example, family members, clergy, and others) within the community. A wrap-around treatment plan is established to bolster the child's natural support network and to provide for a successful transition into the community. The coordinator also works closely with the Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT), as well as the case manager, to foster coordination between all agencies involved.

Contact Us

For more information contact Scott Britton at 804-758-4035.

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1. How does Intensive Care Coordination work?
2. How does ICC work?
3. Who pays for the service?
4. Who is eligible to receive this service?
5. Where can I find more information?