Care Management for At-Risk Children (CMARC)
Care management for At-Risk Children (CMARC), previously CC4C, is a program which provides formal case management to children from birth to five years of age, who are at risk for poor health outcomes. The program is offered free of charge to residents of Cleveland County. Staffing includes registered nurses and social workers who provide information regarding needed preventative and specialized services for children and their families.
The goal of CMARC is to work with families to identify specialized support services for themselves and their children. Through the program, families will have increased access to services for children with special health care needs and will have maximum opportunities to reach their developmental potential.
- Discuss family strengths and concerns through home visits, telephone calls, and other contacts
- Identify programs, services, and resources that meet your family’s needs
- Provide developmental screenings
- Suggest ways you can strengthen parent-child relationships
- Offer encouragement and support to our families that we serve
- Children identified with special health care needs or are at risk for physical, behavioral or emotional conditions.
- Children that require health related services above and beyond what is generally required
- Children in Foster Care
- Children with chronic medical conditions
- Children who are in short- or long-term stressful situations
To make a referral. Please call the processing assistant for the program at 980-484-5279 or fax to 980-484-5273 ATTN: CMARC staff. (Anyone can make referrals to this program)