A Guiding Star to Navigate Autism, Mental Health and Special Needs at Every Stage of Life

Integrated Healthcare

When your child has a diagnosis like autism, ADHD, a developmental delay or anxiety, it can be hard to manage all the appointments. You may be scheduling visits with different clinics, therapists, doctors and other support services.

Providing Care Coordination

Fraser understands it can be overwhelming. That is why we offer care coordination through Integrated Healthcare. With care coordination services, our team oversees aspects of your child’s healthcare, both with Fraser services and outside Fraser. We support you in managing your child’s medical, mental, lifestyle and education needs. Fraser offers a variety of care coordination services, depending on your family’s needs.

Behavioral Health Home Services

Behavioral Health Home services are for children who receive Medical Assistance (MA), MA through a Managed Care Program (PMAP) or are on the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA). Fraser’s Behavioral Health Home team has a registered nurse on staff, and the expert team knows what medical and mental health services are available for your child and your family.

We support your family by managing your child’s health and wellbeing. There are monthly follow-ups, either in-person or by phone, to share updates on goals and progress. You will also meet with a team member every six months to review and discuss wellness status and your health action plan. With Behavioral Health Home services, you can focus on your child, while we focus on coordinating care with the right experts.

These services are available through Behavioral Health Home:
  • Comprehensive care management
  • Care coordination
  • Health promotion and wellness
  • Comprehensive transitional care
  • Patient and family support
  • Referral to community and social support services
Targeted Case Management

Fraser Targeted Case Management is designed to help families navigate the complex social and medical services system and gain access to needed resources. It’s for children birth to 21 years old who have received a qualifying diagnosis. You are matched with a case manager who helps you develop a service plan, supports access to different resources and services, helps you coordinate services, evaluates the effectiveness of services and provides other needed support.

A Fraser case manager can:
  • Explore and provide options for services
  • Make referrals for services
  • Arrange transportation to access medical services
  • Participate in team meetings with service providers
  • Collaborate with schools
  • Make referrals for other client and family issues/needs
  • Find resources for health insurance
  • Identify financial supports
  • Support access to community and recreational resources
  • Coordinate care with specialists involved in a child’s care
Fraser Integrated Healthcare Locations:
Call us today to schedule an appointment and explore your options: 612-767-7222
Email us for more information at carecoordination@fraser.org.