Our Community Health Services programs support community members as we work toward the goal of improving population health, transforming health care delivery, and eliminating health disparities.
Community Health Services
- Adirondack Rural Health Network (ARHN)
Provides a forum for public health leaders, community health centers, hospitals, behavioral health organizations, emergency medical services, and other community-based organizations to assess regional population health needs and develop collaborative responses to priorities.
- Community Health Access to Addiction and Mental Healthcare Project (CHAMP)
Helps individuals and their families access needed substance use disorder and mental health treatment services and get the most from their health insurance benefits.
- Enrollment Assistance Services and Education (EASE)
Manages health insurance enrollment and community awareness services for the Federal Affordable Care Act implementation in New York State.
- Population Health Improvement Program (PHIP)
Provides resources and infrastructure to promote the state’s Triple Aim of improving regional health care, population health and lowering health care costs.
- Rural Communities Opioid Response Planning Program (HRSA RCORP)
Undertakes planning and capacity-building goals and objectives to support treatment for and the prevention of substance use disorders in rural counties that are at the highest risk.
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