Participate in CSoC

The Coordinated System of Care (CSoC) promotes broad stakeholder involvement.  CSoC stakeholders assist with identifying and providing the community services and supports that families need.  The following are some examples of ways to be involved:

Community Team Key leaders and community members who work together to oversee and coordinate local implementation of CSoC.
State Coordinating Council (SCC) The purpose is to provide structure, oversight and support to the community-based local Community Teams and input and guidance to the CSoC State Governance Board.
Child and Family Team Each child or youth enrolled in CSoC will have a team that includes the child or youth and their family and Informal and formal supports.