Officer-Involved Community-Based Care Coordination Services
Officer-Involved Community-Based Care Coordination (OICC) is a medical assistance (MA)-covered service that pays counties to address an individual’s mental health, chemical health, social, economic and housing needs, or any identified needs by connecting the individual to ongoing treatment, care coordination services, available public benefits and other available social supports.
Providers (county employees or subcontractors of the county) will work with an individual to identify:
- Mental and chemical health needs
- Housing needs
- Transportation needs
- Employment needs
- Family or peer support services needs
- Other health, dental, social, educational, and economic needs, including an assessment of other services for which the individual may be eligible or receiving, such as targeted or waiver case management, or care coordination in a health care home.