The Arc of East Central Iowa’s Integrated Health Homes (IHH) program serves children and adults with co-occurring intellectual or developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses.
What is IHH and Who Does it Serve
Our Integrated Health Home Program (IHH) works with participants between the ages of five through adulthood who have serious emotional disturbances, mental health issues, or behavioral health diagnoses.
IHH care coordination connects you with a care team to improve and stabilize mental and physical health. The team consists of Peer Supports, Care Coordinators, and Registered Nurses.
How IHH Works
As a Member of The Arc’s IHH program, you will help develop an individualized plan that will coordinate your physical and mental health and overall well-being.
We offer low caseloads so our Care Coordinators, RN, and Peer Support Specialists can provide the level of service you need to stay healthy.
Our team will help guide you through application processes for benefits for which you may qualify, and organize all services, including medical, behavioral, and community services regardless of the funding sources for those services.
Why The Arc
The Arc specializes in working with individuals with both a disability and mental health needs. Our focus and strength in working with different types of intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities makes us uniquely qualified to address the holistic needs of those we serve.
For those already receiving care coordination on Habilitation or Children’s Mental Health Waiver services, it will mean one less provider and more streamlined service delivery.
Our team can provide you with:
- Specialized care
- Holistic care approach
- Individualized care management
- Streamlined services
- Small caseloads for better services
How to Sign Up
Complete our referral form and submit it to The Arc to get started.
To learn more about the Integrated Health Home program contact Whitney Alber at 319-365-0487 ext. 1022.