Genesee CHAP ensures that children have access to a medical home and that they are effectively using it. The CHAP team of nurses, social workers, community health workers, and nutritionists assist families with:
Parent education (including lead education) | Home and community-based nurse case management (for health conditions such as lead exposure, asthma, diabetes, and obesity) | Care coordination | Patient navigation | Referrals to community resources| Interpretation and transportation services.
Genesee CHAP is a program of the Greater Flint Health Coalition.
Genesee CHAP community partners include:
Akpinar's Children's Clinic | Evelyn Delrosario, M.D. | Genesee County Asthma Network | Genesee County Health Department | Genesee Health Plan | Genesee Health System | Genesee Intermediate School District | Genesys Family Health Center | George Zureikat, M.D. | Greater Flint Health Coalition | Hamilton Community Health Network | Hurley's Children's Clinic | McLaren Family Residency Clinic | McLaren Health Plan | Michigan Department of Health and Human Services | Molina Health Plan of Michigan | Mott Children's Health Center | Nuzhat Ali, M.D. | United Way of Genesee County (2-1-1 system)
Who is eligible?
All children living in Genesee County who are insured by Medicaid or have an elevated blood lead level (5mg/dL or greater) are eligible for Genesee CHAP services. Families may be referred to Genesee CHAP through participating pediatric practices and Medicaid health plans, 2-1-1 system, schools, other local partner organizations, or self-referrals.
Susan Schneberger, LMSW, ACSW, J.D.