CareSource will continue to provide physical health care coverage for OhioRISE plan members. We will support the OhioRISE program by taking an active role in collaborating and coordinating with Aetna Better Health of Ohio and other stakeholders identified as members of the youth’s Child and Family Team on the integrated physical and behavioral health care of shared members.
- OhioRISE Overview – Access information about the OhioRISE program.
- OhioRISE Community and Provider Training – Access materials and register for upcoming OhioRISE education seminars.
- OhioRISE Information Brochure – Use this brochure with youth and families to provide high-level information about the OhioRISE program that helps with understanding the major components of the program. Information is tailored to youth and families that explains about eligibility, covered services, Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessments, how to get more information on OhioRISE, contact information for questions, and more.
- OhioRISE Community Partner Flier – View this flier for more comprehensive information on OhioRISE that community partners can use when talking with youth and families about the details of the program. This flier provides more in-depth details about eligibility, covered services, CANS assessments, scheduling appointments, and more.
The Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment is a support tool in the clinical decision-making process to determine eligibility into OhioRISE and level of care and service planning.
- CANS Resources – View information on the CANS tool, how to become a CANS assessor, and training information.
- OhioRISE CANS Assessment Fliers:
- Flier for CANS Assessors– View this flier for information on the OhioRISE program and implications on the CANS assessment for program enrollment. This flier can be used across all settings.
- Flier Youth and Families About the CANS Assessment– Use this flier with youth and families to explain the OhioRISE program, CANS assessments, and the role of CANS in determining OhioRISE eligibility. This flier can be distributed by CANS assessors prior to or at the time of a CANS assessment.
Care Coordination Portal Access
Training has been developed to assist OhioRISE Community Care Entity (CCE) and Care Management Entity (CME) providers with accessing and navigating the Care Coordination Portal for member information, including how to resolve access issues, how to send and receive messages in the system, and identifying assigned care management staff for members in care coordination. Providers can access the training here.