The Care Management for At Risk Children (CMARC), previously known as Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is a statewide early childhood care management program serving children from birth to five years of age. CMARC care managers consist of nurses and social workers who provide support, assessment and screening, early childhood education, referrals to services, and information upon resources that are needed to support the health and welling being of child.
The Care Management for At Risk Children (CMARC) serves children in Cabarrus County that have special health care needs, are in foster care, discharged from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) after delivery, or are experiencing toxic stress situations from birth up to age 5
The Care Management for At Risk Children (CMARC) focuses on positively impacting the long-term health and wellbeing of the child by providing continued support, education, and linkage to services for families during this crucial stage in a child’s life. CMARC aims to serve children from birth to age 5 who are of the highest risk in hopes of improving and maximizing health outcomes for these children.