Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) is designed to safely and effectively serve children involved with Richmond’s Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT) who are in a residential treatment facility or at risk of being placed in a residential facility. 

The goal of ICC services is to maintain, transition, or return a child/adolescent to home, family-like setting, or community, at the earliest appropriate time that addresses that child’s needs.  The functions of ICC are to be above and beyond the normal service provision case management services, and include comprehensive clinical evaluation, strengths and needs assessments, identification of supports, extensive service planning and implementation, discharge planning, intensive case management, and utilization of review of service providers. 

Contact RBHA by email or by calling 804-819-4000 to learn more about RBHA's Intensive Care Coordination for children.