Intensive Care Coordination
Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) is a planning process for families with children experiencing mental, behavioral and emotional challenges. The goal of ICC is to support families in keeping youth at home and in the community.
UMFS’ Intensive Care Coordinators receive training in the High Fidelity Wraparound model, which is utilized in all forms of the ICC service.
- Provides initial family engagement and assessment
- Creates an Initial Plan of Care
- Coordinates with youth, family, and team to assure that everyone is working toward the goals outlined in the service plan
- Identifies and engages natural supports
- Facilitates monthly team meetings and ongoing check-ins
- Develops a 24-hour crisis plan
- Offers family trainings on Collaborative Problem Solving
- Provides discharge and aftercare planning
What to Expect
ICC services can be paired with Family Support Partners or used as a standalone support service.
Some of the benefits of ICC include:
- Reduced inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations
- Reduced ER visits for mental health reasons
- Fewer residential placements
- Fewer missed work days for caregivers
- Families become more self-sufficient
For More Information
Richmond Regional Center
Tory Everson Roots
Northern Virginia Regional Center
Tidewater Regional Center
Make a Referral
To make a referral, please fill out the form below or reach out to your regional contact.