Metropolitan Family Health Network Integrated Behavioral Health Expansion

Metropolitan Family Health Network
Project Period: 
2019
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2020
Funding Amount:
$263,004
Program Area:
Primary Care
Geographic Area: 
Hudson County

Metropolitan Family Health Network (MFHN) is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides comprehensive ambulatory health care services. It operates a community health center in Jersey City, a satellite clinic program that primarily serves a homeless population, and a satellite community health center that serves the Spanish-speaking population in Jersey City.

This project builds on a multi-year project that has supported the implementation of Cherokee Health System’s model of integrated care into MFHN’s services at their Jersey City location. The current project’s support is aimed at ensuring the long-term financial sustainability of integrated care at MFHN. In addition, the project supports MFHN in working with Cherokee Health Systems to provide integrated care technical assistance to up to four new clinics in New Jersey. The goal of this project component is to help MFHN develop a business model in which they can provide training and technical assistance to other clinics and continue the spread of delivering integrated care in New Jersey.

Learn more about the Metropolitan Family Health Network.

 

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