Care Management Services

Providing key stabilization services for some of the most vulnerable populations.

Adult Health Home Care Management Program

Care management services help ensure all involved in an individual’s care are working together and sharing the necessary information in supporting a person’s recovery: medical, mental health, substance abuse services, social service needs.

Eligibility: • Two or more chronic health conditions
• A significant Mental Illness OR
• Living with HIV/AIDs
• Be a Medicaid/Medicare recipient
• Have a social risk factor

Supportive Housing Rental Assistance Program

The Supportive Housing Rental Assistance Program serves individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness age 18 and older obtain and maintain safe affordable housing of their choice. Rental assistance and case management services are provided to help individuals live independently while maintaining safe and affordable housing.

Diagnosed with serious mental illness
Over 18 years old
 All clients must be referred through Monroe County’s Single Point of Access (SPOA): Discharged from psychiatric hospital care, residential treatment facilities, children’s communal residences OR residents of OMH-licensed housing, adult homes, nursing homes, homeless shelters

Ibero staff help coordinate not just medical mental health and substance abuse services, but also the social service needs of the individual.

Ibero SMART Recovery Program ​​

Rochester Regional Health has partnered with Ibero SMART Recovery program, a mutual support group in Spanish. It is bringing access to care to those in need—and by working together, we can provide the comprehensive care and encouragement needed for a successful recovery. SMART Recovery is a mutual peer support program to help those who are recovering from all types of addiction. It has a scientific foundation and teaches increasing self-reliance, rather than powerlessness.

Recovering from addiction

Call now to learn more:

(585) 256-8900 x122

Health Literacy

We provide community outreach in the Latino community to raise the awareness and education on COVID-19 vaccine, signs of strokes and strokes prevention. The program staff organized and carried out COVID-19 vaccine clinics and stroke prevention presentations throughout the community.

To learn more about Health Literacy email us