Care coordinators provide practical guidance and support to people with mental illness, chemical addiction or chronic physical illness. They help people avoid hospitalization and achieve their goals by linking them to necessary services in the community including treatment, entitlements, housing, education and vocational development. Call for more information.
Accessible by public transportation.
Must have history and current diagnosis of serious mental illness, chemical addiction or two or more chronic physical illnesses. Must be eligible for Medicaid. Must live in Suffolk County.