Program areas at Public Health Managment Corporation
Coordination and administration service programs- these coordination and administration services are provided to governmental agencies and other not-for-profit organizations and are primarily centered around Health management staffing, as well as intermediary services that oversee subcontracting to agencies providing direct services, and monitor quality and financial processes. Management services entail managing contracting and subgranting processes, monitoring program quality, developing and maintaining data systems and tracking outcomes, providing and coordinating professional development and training activities, supporting provider networks to create learning communities and improve programs, and efficiently overseeing payments to provider agencies. Cdfs intermediary programs include elrc 19 (chester county), phlprek, out-of-school time (including 21st century community learning centers), parenting collaborative, emergency fund and prevention fund.
Health services - phmc provides primary care, case management and supportive services to the homeless populations in shelters and to persons in transitional housing in the region. In addition, phmc operates a network of five full-service community-based federally qualified Health centers employing an innovative nurse-managed model, which serve to increase access to high quality primary care for at-risk community members. Phmc's Health centers provide integrated behavioral Health services and encompass specialized services for community members with hiv/aids and hepatitis c, and for homeless community members, many of whom are seniors or veterans, and most of whom have complex Health care needs. Phmc administers hiv-aids prevention and services programs, including community Health outreach, which conducts Health promotion services for individuals at high risk of hiv and hepatitis c infection and transmission. Outreach staff engage with substance users in individual street level encounters and group venues such as homeless shelters and feeding programs, and provide hiv/hcv risk reduction education, counseling and referral to substance abuse, hcv screening and hiv early intervention services.phmc operates a full continuum of behavioral Health treatment and outreach programs to address all aspects of addiction, mental illness, and/or trauma. This includes programs like chances, an intensive outpatient and outpatient substance use treatment program for chemically dependent women and their children. Interim house west is a residential treatment program for women with substance abuse and mental Health disorders and their children. Pathways to recovery is philadelphia's short-term co-occurring disorder treatment partial hospitalization program. The pathways to recovery program is for philadelphia residents with co-occurring substance use and mental Health challenges.
Education services - phmc operates a series of education and special services for children and young adults with special needs. The mill creek school is a secondary educational program for youth with emotional or social concerns. Mill creek offers a comprehensive academic curriculum for students. It is fully licensed by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the state of new jersey for grades 7 - 12.phmc's child development and family services division ("cdfs") receives grants and contracts to provide direct service, training and capacity building initiatives, facility expansion projects and policy development to ensure quality learning experiences for children. Cdfs early childhood business supports programs (fund for sustaining quality, ece fiscal hub, philadelphia inclusion innovation initiative, ece curriculum bank and fund for quality) deliver supports to the changing needs of early childhood business operators.