Cape Atlantic I.N.K.'s Commitment to our Corporate Compliance Plan
It is the commitment of Cape Atlantic I.N.K. as part of its organizational Corporate Compliance program to formulate a Compliance plan designed to prevent, detect, and correct unlawful and unethical conduct as it relates to Medicaid Billing. All Cape Atlantic I.N.K. employees, interns, volunteers and external Medicaid providers share in the responsibility to defend against instances of fraud, waste, and abuse in the delivery of care paid for by Medicaid. more . . .
For a quick reference view of our Federal Deficit Reduction Act Policy that is specific to Cape Atlantic I.N.K.'s commitment to defend against Fraud, Waste, and Abuse go here . . .
Formal and Informal Supports
Formal and Informal supports is a key component to the success of the youth/young adult's Individual Service Plan. When building these supports and services, all of us take an active role in identifying these. It starts with the youth/young adults and their families identifying who are their closest friends, relatives, who they talk to or meet regularly - their go-to supports, You as an In-hom Provider can play a monumental role in assisting the youth/young adults, and their famiiles in recognizing these supports.
- Formal Supports are supports and services can be non-pain such as immedicate and expentended family members, faith-based entities, support goups, friends, teachers, coasches, community recreational programs or clubs like Scouts, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Sports, etc.
- Informal Supports are governmental, for-profit, paid agencies and organizations set up to assit individuals and communities.
Cape Atlantic I.N.K. can survey and assess our catchment area to access formal and informal supports and services for these children and their families. The services are community-based, individually tailored and can include in-home clinical services. These services are time-limited, flexible, and outcome based with services, management and decision making responsibilities which lie with the Child Family Team (CFT) process.
Cape Atlantic I.N.K. is the Care Management Organization designated to innovate and execute or implement approaches to a wide array of effective community and grass roots services and service delivery. Our philosophy is that service plan development for children with serious emotional, behavioral, intellectural/development, and substance use challenges is an interactive process and a collaborative effort among the child, family, members of the CFT, services providers, and community-based programs. Service planning is based upon the wraparound model, a process which recognizes and builds on the strength of the family and community to formulate individual strategies to assist children to reach or maintain their potential in society.
We fervently believe that the most successful supports and services are found and delivered in your own community.
Community-based organizations, along with the service providers, while honoring the attributes of the CFT allow the families to increase their options of choice and self-determination. We develop provider agreements, called Vendor Agreements, and encourage partnerships within our network of providers. We fervently believe that the most successful supports and services are found and delivered in your own community. Funds to pay for non-traditional services are available based upon the recommendation(s) from the CFT.
If you would like to have a dialogue about the process of becoming a Provider/Team Member of our resource network or to learn more about Cape Atlantic I.N.K.’s efforts of effecting change working with youth/young adults and their families, please contact the John Roy, Community Resource Administrator at (609) 390-4448, extension 103.
- Behavioral Assistance Programs
- Intensive In-Community Services
- Intensive In-Home Services
- Individual Support Services
- Behavioral Health Home Services
- Crisis Intervention Services
- Mentoring Programs
- Educational or Vocational Resources
- Afterschool/ Summer Recreation Providers
- Sports, Art, Music, as well as other extracurricular opportunities
- Faith-based groups
Community based organizations help us help families increase their choice and independence. We can develop Agreements and encourage partnerships within our network of providers.