BILLING & DOCUMENTATION (PART I)
Training Presenters from left to right: Lisa Murray-Williams, Resource Development Manager, CFC, Maryann Amato, Care Manager Supervisor, CFC, Carl E. Robinson, Program Director & Co-founder, Project ‘99, Jennifer Wilson, Operations Manager, CFC, Joan Lyneis, Chief Financial Officer, CFC, and Randy Pittman, Business Administrator, Caring Family Community Services
YOUR ROLE AS A PROVIDER (PART II)
Training Presenters from left to right: Lisa Murray-Williams, Resource Development Manager, CFC, Ginger Harrell, System Coordinator, CFC, Sherry Blair, Sherry Blair Institute, Ashley Caldas, Senior Care Manager, Marlena Castro, Care Manager Supervisor.
PROFESSIONALISM, PARTNERSHIPS AND SUCCESS (PART III)
Training Presenters from left to right: Edwin Melendez, President, Creative Consulting Services Inc., Mala D. Deodhari, LCSW, Legacy Counseling, LLC, Lisa Murray-Williams, Resource Development Manager, CFC.
Click on the links below to access the training series powerpoint for:
All You Need to Know About: Billing & Documentation - PART I
(Including: Medicaid Requirements, Encounter Forms, Flex Funds, ISP's, Progress Notes, BSPs, Treatment Plans, Clinical Summary Templates and FBAs)
Thank You to all the agencies who participanted in the recent CFC Service Provider Fair! Your participation is greatly appreciated. Events like these allow providers and CFC staff to meet, become better acquainted and learn more about the great services available to youth and families in Middlesex County!
[For more pictures from the fair, click on the title]
Your Role as a Provider - PART II
(CFT, OOH Treatment, CCIS, & the Court/FCIU System
*Incorporating The Nurtured Heart Approach*
Professionalism, Partnerships & Success - Part III
*NETWORKING & OPEN FORUM*
A big Thank you to all the providers who participated at the CFC Provider Fair.
The biannual event allows CFC staff to become more familiar with the providers whom CFC has a partnership with and learn more about their services, programming and specialities offered!
The 2018 MyGOAL Family Grant Award Program is a need-based grant for treatments (including vitamins and other nutritional needs) that may not otherwise be covered privately or by other third-party funding sources such as school districts, county programs, insurance, and/or other grant making entities.