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ICFH Pediatric Health Center Earns National Recognition for Patient-Centered Care The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) today announced that Institute for Child & Family Health (ICFH) Pediatric Health Care Center has received Recognition from the Patient-Centered Medical Home 2011 (PCMH 2011) program for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term participative relationships.
Congratulations to Dr Nolan! The Monsignor Walsh Outstanding Human Services Professional Award, recognizes a human services professional who has dedicated his or her career to helping others. This person, through his or her commitment of time and tales in the human services field, has helped to shape a caring, responsive social services delivery system and has afforded hundreds of people in our community an opportunity for a healthy, productive and high quality life.
On May 18th, 2012, Faramrose Sarkari, CCST Program Coordinator for ICFH was given the FACES Collaboration Award. This award is presented annually during the Youth and Family Empowerment Summit. It is is given to an individual who is committed to working with the project, systems, and providers to successfully engage youth in the FACES project and further the mission of FACES. It recognizes individuals and organizations that have demonstration outstanding commitment to helping the community achieve the goals of the FACES grant. Fram’s enthusiasm and dedication to the mission of the project is evident in all that he does. His colleagues, staff and the families served though the CCST have all benefited from his enthusiasm and expertise.
David Lawrence Jr. Champion for Children Award: Robert D. Nolan, Ph.D. for Lifetime of Achievement and Dedication to Children. Dr. Nolan has served as the executive director of the Institute for Child & Family Health, formerly known as Children's Psychiatric Center, for 35 years.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has selected 28 organizations to receive the agency’s 2010 Science and Service Awards. These awards recognize exemplary implementation of evidence-based interventions that have been shown to prevent and/or treat mental illness and substance abuse.