Family Case Management

 
Family Case Management Program

    Family Case Management (FCM) is a partially federally funded program by the Illinois Department of Human Services. 

The goals of the program are to reduce the rate of infant mortality and to promote wellness and a healthy lifestyle for pregnant women, infants and children up to the age of one.  

    The FCM staff is here to help find health care, services and support that is needed for you and your family.

Serves pregnant and parenting women up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. 

It is offered to ALL residents of Morgan County who are within 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. 


Services Offered

  • Assistance in obtaining a temporary medical card through the Medicaid Presumptive Eligibility (MPE) program for pregnant women.

  • Assistance in finding a physician.

  • Referrals to other social service agencies and community resources, as needed.

  • Childhood developmental screenings.

  • Physical and developmental assessment screening.

  • Assistance with All Kids/Medicaid enrollment.

  • High risk infant follow-up.

  • Health Education

 
Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting System (APORS)

  • APORS is a component of Family Case Management.  A service provided to any family in Morgan County that has an infant with a condition or abnormality that has the potential to cause immediate or long-term medical and/or developmental problems.
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