The Pathways to Care Team at ICHD can help Medicaid eligible residents of Ingham County and/or Lansing connect to and enroll in a variety of Medicaid- funded programs and services. Call or email:
517-272-4123 / email@example.com
How it works:
· Community Health Workers can help you learn more about what is covered by Medicaid and help you enroll in Medicaid-funded programs and services. During COVID-19 Pathways to Care is providing phone-based services only.
· Community Health Workers can help you connect with community, medical and social services to help you get safe healthcare options, including phone-based and/or video-based healthcare and substance abuse recovery support. Staff can also help you get care even if you do not currently have a regular doctor.
· For more information or to get help from Pathways to Care, call Pathways to Care Clinical Supervisor Sarah Kenney at 517-272-4123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other info about Pathways to Care:
- Pathways to Cares a program within the Health and Promotion Division of the Ingham County Health Department.
- This program is modeled after the evidence based Pathways to Better Health program. PTC is a normally a home-visiting program utilizing Community Health Workers. During COVID-19 Pathways to Care is providing phone-based services only.
The purpose for Pathways to Care is to support Medicaid eligible participants to live longer, healthier lives by:
- Identifying and enrolling participants eligible for Medicaid funded programs
- Improving access and accessibility to preventive health services covered by Medicaid
- Serving as a liaison between community, medical and social service systems to streamline health services
Benefits of Pathways to Care
- Enhancing participants’ ability to communicate effectively with healthcare providers
- Providing culturally and linguistically appropriate health information and resources
- Advocating for individual and community health
Medication Assessments for clients with High blood pressure, Diabetes, Chronic Heart Failure, COPD, or Asthma
- Providing referral and follow-up services
- Increase the number of Medicaid eligible recipients enrolled and receiving primary care
- Decrease readmissions and emergency department visits
- Improve overall health and wellness of Medicaid eligible recipients in our community
- Clients diagnosed or at risk of chronic disease
- Medicaid eligible
- Medicaid eligibility unknown
- Adults 18 and older (will accept referrals for those under 18)
For more information or to enroll, contact us.
Telephone: (517) 887-4306
Fax: (517) 887-4490
Address: 5303 S. Cedar Street; Lansing, MI 48911