Project and Program Management

Ongoing Support for Critical Functions

CCSI's management services provide customers with efficient, cost-effective options for performing essential business functions such as project and contract management. By partnering with CCSI, customers gain access to the staff, expertise and tools needed to extend their capabilities and accomplish their goals.

CCSI provides customers with the full range of services and support needed for successful project and program management.  From staffing, facilities, and financial management — to specialized support in critical areas like data management and analysis, evaluation and cultural competence — we offer our customers a single point of service for everything they need to meet project objectives.

Some current projects include:

Monroe County Office of Mental Health - CCSI has provided behavioral health management services to the MCOMH since 1993.  Through a dedicated team based on-site within MCOMH work space, CCSI provides support in the areas of financial and contract management; quality, accountability, and data management; and policy and planning.  In addition, we provide staffing for a range of programs in the MCOMH's Priority Services area, including:  Forensic Services, Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT), Transition Management, Single Point of Access for Mental Health and Chemical Dependency, Rapid Engagement Demonstration Pilot, Disaster Mental Health, Children's Specialized Services, and Trauma, Illness and Grief (TIG) in Schools.

New York Care Coordination Program (NYCCP) - The NYCCP is a multi-county, multi-stakeholder collaborative focused on improving outcomes for individuals with serious behavioral health issues. Overall project management is provided by Adele Gorges, NYCCP Executive Director.   CCSI project management services include staffing, financial management, data analysis, and performance reporting.

Navigator Program - Funded by the New York State Department of Health, the IPA / Navigator program provides one-on-one assistance for individuals and small businesses interested in shopping for and enrolling in health insurance through The New York State of Health - the Official Health Plan Marketplace. Navigators are now available to meet with individuals, families and small businesses at various locations throughout the community to provide education about the different types of health insurance plans offered through the New York State of Health marketplace and to assist with enrollment into public insurance programs and qualified health plans.


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