Care Coordination

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A comprehensive plan
for total care

Our Care Coordinators assess each client’s unique set of circumstances and needs. This assessment provides the foundation for a customized client care plan.


Our Care Coordinators have all earned bachelor’s degrees or higher in social work or a related field. Our bilingual Care Coordinator has extensive knowledge of the various programs and services available for members of the Hispanic community.

Benefits Applications and Enrollment

Care Coordination staff can assist clients with completing necessary paperwork for: HIV Drug Assistance Program (HDAP) enrollment, Social Security benefits, Medicaid and Medicare benefits and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) screening and referral.

Emergency Prescription Medication Assistance

Clients receiving care coordination may be eligible for emergency prescription assistance when no other pay source is available.

Transportation Assistance

Clients receiving care coordination may be eligible for transportation assistance if they otherwise would not be able to reach medical help.

Emergency Food Pantry Assistance

Clients can access the Tulsa CARES’ emergency food assistance up to four times per year through a Care Coordinator. For more information on our nutrition services, see our Nutrition Program.

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