Care Management


Pediatrician Meeting With Mother And Child

Care Management links, supports and oversees access to community services a child and family may need to improve overall health.  Your family works with a single care manager who brings together the best quality services needed to build a brighter future for your child.  We facilitate communication between you, medical staff and social workers assisting in navigating the healthcare and human service maze. We provide compassionate and individualized care for your family while combining all your services into one clear and simple plan. Your care manager is your family’s constant ally in your efforts to achieve lasting wellbeing, prevent health crises and pave the way for success.

What is a Health Home?

A care manager will oversee and provide access to all of the services an individual needs to assure that they receive everything necessary to stay healthy, out of the emergency room, and out of the hospital.
Health Home services are provided through a network of organizations – providers, health plans and community-based organizations. When all the services are considered collectively, they become a virtual “Health Home.”


Who is eligible to be in a Health Home?

Children from birth to age 21 must be enrolled in Medicaid AND have the following:


Contact Us

Denise Brown, LMSW
Tel: (845) 605-4462 or (845) 452-2372 x 120
Email: Please use our Program Contact Form »

Additional Notes

Program Brochures

Care Management Bronx – Medicaid

Care Management Bronx – NonMedicaid

More Information

Program brochure (PDF file)


Learn about Astor's other Bronx Community-based programs:

  1. Care Management 
    Ensures appropriate access and service management via care coordination and service integration.
  2. Counseling Centers 
    Provides counseling, psychiatric services and case management to children and adolescents, and their families.
  3. Day Treatment
    A school-based intensive treatment program that integrates mental health and special education services for students grades K — 8. 
  4. High Fidelity Wraparound
    Evidence-based care coordination that uses a highly structured, team-based, family-centered approach.
  5. Lawrence F. Hickey Center for Child Development (Little Red School House)
    Special education therapeutic preschool
  6. Prevention Services
    Time-limited, evidence-based model that utilizes a home-based approach to address both the concrete and clinical needs of the child and the family.
  7. School-Based Behavioral Health Treatment (SBBHT) 
    School-based clinics and other mental health/casework supports embedded in community schools.
  8. Serving Youth iN Their Communities (SYNC)
    Through supportive skill-building and clinical services, SYNC helps to build a strong foundation so that youth and families can be active and productive members of their communities
  9. Transitions 
    Provides services to school-aged youths, 4-18 years old, who exhibit behavioral difficulties in order to promote academic stability and successful promotion to the next grade level.
  10. Trauma Recovery Center
    The Trauma Recovery Center strives to provide help, healing and hope to survivors of trauma.