CLIENT ACCESS AND SERVICES EXCHANGE PROJECT

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Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA ) grant to Expand Care Coordination through the Use of Technology-Assisted Care in Targeted Areas of Need (TCE-TAC). The purpose of the TCE-TAC Program is to expand and/or enhance the capacity of substance abuse treatment providers to serve persons in treatment who have been underserved because of lack of access to treatment in their immediate community due to transportation concerns, an inadequate number of substance abuse treatment providers in their community, and/or financial constraints.

The CASE Project focuses on the use of various  technology platforms including web-based services, which will expand and/or enhance the ability of providers to effectively communicate with persons in treatment and to track and manage their health to ensure treatment and services are available where and when needed.

The target population to be served is uninsured and underserved individuals aged 18 and over who reside in the rural Missouri Counties of Randolph, Saline, Pettis, Boone, and Cooper Counties lacking access to treatment in their community.  This project is designed to initiate services during the pre-treatment phase and to sustain client engagement throughout the continuum of care.

Ideal Continuum of Care Levels

  • Prevention
  • Pre-Treatment
  • Treatment
  • Post-Treatment (Recovery Support)

Project Partners

  • RCCCP
  • Powerhouse Community Development Corp.
  • FaithWalk Community Development Corp.
  • Preferred Family Healthcare
  • Probation and Parole
  • First Call of KC

Click Here to view document regarding the CASE program