A Care Coordination Organization (CCO) arranges comprehensive social and medical services for individuals with disabilities.
Case Management is the process by which mental health services and related support services are coordinated and monitored for a consumer.
Celebrate Recovery is an American Christian twelve-step program designed to facilitate recovery from a wide variety of troubling behavior patterns. (https://locator.crgroups.info/)
A Certified Associate Counselor-Alcohol and Drug (CAC-AD) is the bachelor-level alcohol and drug counselor credential which may supervise other CAC-ADs and ADTs (link) with Board approval.
A Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist (CRPS) is an individual in recovery from substance use or co-occurring disorders who are specially trained to provide support and resources to other individuals seeking recovery.
Nurse Practitioners in Psychiatric Mental Health (CRNP-PMH) are nurse practitioners that specialize in the treatment of mental health and can administer psychotherapy, prescribe medication, and manage treatment plans.
The Certified Supervised Counselor Alcohol and Drug Certification (CSC-AD) is the associate|level alcohol and drug counselor credential that may provide only alcohol and drug counseling as an employee of an agency or facility that is certified or licensed by the State under the close supervision of a Board-approved supervisor.
Child Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a block grant to states to provide health care insurance to uninsured children.
Client Service Representatives (CSRs) use the phone and the internet to respond to client queries, resolve client concerns and understand client needs.
Co-occurring is a term used when an individual exhibits two or more behavioral health disorders.