Community Access to Coordinated Healthcare, Inc. (CATCH) is a service delivery system made up of five local health departments and one Community Action Agency in Southeast Nebraska. CATCH is designed to foster improved health outcomes through health education, training, outreach and referral services including case management and access to care. Incorporated in 1997 as a 501(c)3 non-profit membership organization, CATCH is governed by a board of directors and is a membership network of five local health departments (LHDs) and a multi-county community action agency (CAA). CATCH is the financial agent for grants and contracts, subcontracting with member organizations and other partners to provide scope of services required. CATCH’s member agencies cover 21 rural counties in Nebraska. Other non-member counties statewide can and have partnered/collaborated with CATCH on specific projects.
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This project integrates rural health and local/regional resources to provide care coordination and outreach to rural populations with intense and/or complex health needs. The overall goal is to develop a coordination of care model, blending the resources of rural public health and primary care organizations. This will provide essential approaches to care, creating a more integrated healthcare delivery system in the CATCH service area. The project targets populations with health and social needs that impact chronic illness diagnosis and management; or creates a significant risk for adverse chronic health determinants and conditions.
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CATCH is a past grant recipient of Every Women Matters, the Avon Foundation and the Komen Foundation, using these funds to develop partnerships, increase awareness, provide education on breast health care and offer mammogram services to low income and un/underinsured women. Other funding came from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Kids Connection, PHHS funding for diabetes, and the PHONE program.
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