Integrated Community Health Partnership (ICHP) was formed in 2011 to position southern Colorado healthcare providers to meet the demands of healthcare reform. ICHP includes SEMHS, the Federally Qualified Health Care clinics (FQHC’s) and other essential health providers that together form the “medical home” for area Medicaid residents. The State of Colorado has selected ICHP as the Regional Care Collaborative Organization (RCCO) for Region 4.
Colorado Behavorial Health Council
CBHC promotes the development and growth of relevant, high quality, comprehensive mental health services at the community level in Colorado.
Colorado Health Partnerships
Colorado Health Partnerships is the managed care company that provides mental health services to the residents of southeast Colorado through the Colorado Medicaid Community Mental Health Services Program and its contract with Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing. CHP is a subsidiary of ValueOptions®, the nation’s largest independent behavioral health and wellness company.
Prowers Medical Center
Prowers Medical Center provides inpatient acute care through a 25-bed facility in Lamar, Colorado. PMC also provides outpatient medical services through its offices and Rural Health Clinics in Lamar, Holly and Las Animas. Southeast Health Group provides emergency psychiatric assessment services for PMC, and has a Health Navigator stationed at the hospital facility for the purpose of integrating physical and behavioral healthcare. These positions are funded by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Innovation.
SyCare, a partnership of mental health service providers, is at work every day in small communities throughout central, south central and southeastern Colorado. Serving more than 52,000 Medicaid clients in 19 of Colorado's most economically disadvantaged counties, SyCare provides comprehensive, community-based mental health services to clients and their families. These services are offered in a variety of modalities and settings and include ongoing efforts to coordinate care among all providers working with an individual and their families.
National Council for Community Behavoral Healthcare
The National Council is a nonprofit trade association serving the education, advocacy and networking needs of more than 800 community providers of mental health and addiction treatment services.
National Consumer Supporter Technical Assistance Center (NCSTAC)
NCSTAC was established in 1998 by a grant from the Center for Mental Health Services. NCSTAC's purpose is to strengthen those organizations supporting mental health consumers, survivors and ex-patients by providing technical assistance in the forms of research, informational materials and financial aid.