Our History

Founded as The Coordinating Center for Home and Community Care (CCHCC)

Received funding from the Federal MCHB Special Projects of Regional and National Significance (SPRANS) Grant

Began serving clients in the Model Waiver Program

Implemented CHAMPUS National Department of Defense (DOD) Contract

Awarded grant for Maryland’s Infants and Toddlers Program

Awarded the Rare and Expensive Care Management Contract

Awarded Living at Home Contract

Launched the Medical Legal Services Division with Certified Life Care Planners

Launched ACCESS Group for Consultative Services

Became first the first nonprofit in Maryland to receive URAC Accreditation

Began serving clients in Rare and Expensive Case Management Program (REM)

Began serving clients in four counties in the Autism Waiver Program

Coworker-led Crib Fund became known as the Family Resource Fund

Received the Maryland Nonprofits Standards for Excellence Certification

Started providing Complex Care Management for Amerigroup Members

Formed Housing Department

Began serving clients through the SHRAP Program (now known as the HIP Program) in Montgomery County

Launched Managed Care Case Management Program

Launched CARMA, The Center’s care management software system

Awarded Opting for Independence - CIAIP National Grant

Received Capital Grant from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation to assist in the purchase of new building

Held Open House for new building

Became Sole Source Contractor for the Rare and Expensive Care Management Program (REM)

Launched CMS Community Based Care Transitions Program (CCTP) in West Baltimore

Expansion of signature GET WELL Program in six hospitals

Launched 3CI (Community Care for Complex Illness) with Hospice of the Chesapeake and AAMC

Launched Transition Connection Initiative (TCI) with funding from the Office for Genetics and People with Special Health Care Needs

Held First annual CenterFlix Fundraiser for Family Resource Fund

Selected as the first statewide nonprofit care coordination agency to provide coaching and care coordination services for two funded HSCRC proposals

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