News from PATHWAYS
The Southeast Ohio Community HUB, also known as the PATHWAYS program, is an eight-county community based wellness project with a model of integrated care coordination that fosters collaborations with social service and health organizations in the region. The program which serves pregnant women and families with young children, announces that 215 clients have been served and 50 healthy birth weight babies have been born at >2500 grams since June of 2013.
Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children (IPAC) has led this initiative with funding from Governor John Kasich's Office of Health Transformation and would like to thank the participating agencies; which include: Gallia-Meigs Community Action, Health Recovery Services, Integrated Services of Appalachia and OU-HCOM Family Navigator Program for all of their continued work toward this endeavor!
Posted on Sun, August 18, 2013
by IPAC User