OPEN ACCESS to treatment and recovery services
Catholic Family Center is committed to providing services to individuals seeking service immediately and in a trauma informed, person centered manner.
OPEN ACCESS Hours
- Monday-Thursday 8:30am-3:00pm
- Fridays 8:30-1:00pm
- For individuals eligible for same day MATS it is important to come to our OPEN ACCESS hours prior to 1:00pm.
Medication Assisted Treatments (MATS)
- Prescribers are on site Monday –Friday
- Same day MATS available to include Inductions
- Medication treatment is available for all forms of substance use disorders & other addiction disorders, such as buprenorphine (Suboxone), naltrexone (Vivitrol) and many others.
Services currently available at CFC Restart, in addition to MATS:
- Group, individual and family therapy
- Group therapy offered 1x a week up to 3x a week (English & Spanish)
- Outpatient Rehab Service that offers Breakfast and a light lunch three days a week and treatment 5 days a week Monday-Friday (English & Spanish)
- Co-occurring services/ treatment (English & Spanish)
- Gambling Treatment (English & Spanish)
- IPV/SA groups (Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Abuse) (English & Spanish)
- Certified Peers embedded into all of the programs
- HCBS Peer Services
- HARP enrollment and assessment
- In-community Services to Francis Center, Sanctuary House, and Place of Hope (English & Spanish)
- Onsite access to NA group (s) (English & Spanish)
Recovery Is Possible
79 N. Clinton, Rochester, NY 14604 585-546-3046 ext 6122 www.cfcrochester.org
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Innovation Center recently announced the CMS Primary Cares Initiative, a new set of payment models that will transform primary care to deliver better value for patients throughout the healthcare system. The CMS Primary Cares Initiative will provide primary care practices and other providers with five new payment model options, three of which are under the Direct Contracting (DC) path.
Direct Contracting is a set of three voluntary payment model options aimed at reducing expenditures and preserving or enhancing quality of care for beneficiaries in Medicare fee-for-service (FFS). The payment model options available under DC create opportunities for a broad range of organizations to participate with the CMS in testing the next evolution of risk-sharing arrangements to produce value and high quality health care.
Please attend one of our upcoming informational sessions to learn more about Direct Contracting. During the one-hour event, you’ll hear from senior leaders and the team behind Direct Contracting about the model’s aims and requirements, benefits of participation, and application process.
For your convenience, we will offer two informational sessions that will include a live question and answer session. Both will be recorded. Session information and registration links are included below:
Informational Session 1: Thursday, May 2nd at 3 PM EDT
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Informational Session 2: Tuesday, May 7th at 3 PM EDT
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Feel free to forward this invitation to colleagues who may be interested in learning more about Direct Contracting. For additional information about Direct Contracting, please visit the Direct Contracting Model Options web page.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has sent this Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) Update. To contact Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) go to our contact us page.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Innovation Center recently announced the CMS Primary Cares Initiative, a new set of payment models that will transform primary care to deliver better value for patients throughout the healthcare system. The CMS Primary Cares Initiative will provide primary care practices and other providers with five new payment model options, two of which are under the Primary Care First path.
The Primary Care First payment model options will test whether financial risk and performance-based payments that reward primary care practitioners and other clinicians for easily-understood, actionable outcomes will reduce total Medicare expenditures, preserve, or enhance quality of care, and improve patient health outcomes. Primary Care First also includes a payment model option that provides higher payments to practices that specialize in care for high need patients, including those with complex, chronic needs and seriously ill populations (SIP).
Please attend one of our upcoming informational sessions to learn more about Primary Care First. During the one-hour event, you’ll hear from senior leaders and the team behind Primary Care First about the model aims, requirements, benefits of participation, and application next steps.
For your convenience, we will offer multiple informational sessions. Session information and registration links are included below:
Informational Session 1: Tuesday, April 30th at 12 PM EDT
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Informational Session 2: Tuesday, April 30th at 3 PM EDT
Register to attend
Informational Session 3: Thursday, May 16th at 12 PM EDT
Register to attend
Informational Session 4: Thursday, May 16th at 3 PM EDT
Register to attend
Feel free to forward this invitation to colleagues who may be interested in learning more about the Primary Care First Model. Reference materials will also be available for download during the event.
For additional information about Primary Care First, please visit the model website at https://innovation.cms.gov/initiatives/primary-care-first-model-options/.
The new start date is Tuesday, May 7th at 9:30am. For more details, click here!
Pre-publication Review and dispute for the Program Year 2018 Open Payments data publication began on April 1, 2019 and will end on May 15, 2019. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will publish the Open Payments Program Year 2018 data and updates to the previous program years’ data in June 2019.
Physician and teaching hospital review of the data is voluntary, but strongly encouraged. Please keep in mind the following:
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If you have never registered with Open Payments before:
Make sure you have your National Provider Identifier (NPI) number and State License Number (SLN). Initial registration is a two-step process:
For users who have previously registered: Users that have registered during previous program years do not need to re-register.
Please note: If the account has not been accessed for within the last 60 days the account will have been locked due to inactivity. To unlock an account go to the CMS Enterprise Portal, enter your user ID and correctly answer all challenge questions to gain access to your account. You will be prompted to create a new password.
If the account has not been accessed for 180 days or more, the account will be deactivated. To reinstate the account contact the Open Payments Help Desk at 1-855-326-8366; (TTY line: 1-844-649-2766)
For more information about the registration process, visit the physician and teaching hospital registration page on the Open Payments website.
Need help or have questions? Contact the Open Payments Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-326-8366 (TTY Line: 1-844-649-2766). The Help Desk is available Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (ET).
The Help Desk refers media inquiries to CMS’ Press Office for response.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has sent this update.
To contact CMS go to our Contact Us page.
A free full day CE conference for medical providers in your area! Please see details below:
• Date/Time: Friday, May 3rd, 2019 8AM-3PM
• Location: Woodcliff Hotel and Spa Rochester | 199 Woodcliff Dr., Fairport, NY 14450
• 5 CME/CNE/CPE credits offered
• Breakfast and lunch provided
• Registration required in advance
To register go to https://rebrand.ly/hivhcv2019. If the Rebrandly link doesn’t work, please try
https://www.ceitraining.org/sp2/index.cfm?action=group.registration_form&conference_id=117 or contact Cheyenne Stewart at Cheyenne.email@example.com.
Join the Center for Community Health & Prevention (CCHP) of the University of Rochester Medical Center at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 2 at The Little Theatre for an engaging and educational presentation and discussion around HPV, cervical cancer and the importance of prevention through vaccination. The first portion of the evening will feature a viewing of the award-winning documentary, “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic,” that shares the stories of five young women impacted by HPV. A panel discussion from area experts will follow the film.* This free event is co-sponsored by WXXI Second Opinion and Wilmot Cancer Institute.
• Cynthia Rand, M.D., M.P.H., Pediatrician, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Co-Chair of NYS HPV Vaccine Coalition
• William Bonnez, M.D., Professor of Infectious Diseases, HPV researcher featured in the film
• Sajeena Thomas, M.D., Gynecologic Oncologist, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
• Rhonda Justice, Cervical Cancer Survivor
CCHP Director and vaccination expert Nancy M. Bennett, MD, MS, will moderate the discussion. Light refreshments will be served.
*Continuing education credits are available for nurses, physicians and pharmacists who attend.
Interested in plant-based recipes? They'll have food tasting, recipes and handouts. Instructors: Joy Valvano RD, CDE and Sharon Spear RD, CDE
For more class details, click here.
$35.00 per session
Limited seating available
or call 585.922.LINK
If you have patients who are at risk for type 2 diabetes, our Diabetes Prevention 101 Program provides a supportive group environment where they can learn strategies to make measurable lifestyle changes. These changes can reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes or preventing it altogether. All classes are led by our Registered Dietitians and Certified Diabetes Educators.
More specifically, the two hour class will focus on the following:
• What is Pre-Diabetes?
• How to reduce the risks for Diabetes
• Healthy eating guidelines and meal planning
• The benefits of physical activity
• Goal setting
• Improving coping skills and eliminating barriers to change
224 Alexander Park, Suite 200
For more information or to register for this class, call 585.922.8400.
Class is held the first Thursday of every month from 2PM – 4PM.
2655 Ridgeway Avenue, Ste. 220
For more information or to register for this class, call 585.368.4560.
Class is held the first Thursday of every month from 4PM – 6PM.
Over 9% of Americans will develop Type 2 Diabetes in their lifetime, but if identified early, it can be prevented. The evidence-based Diabetes Prevention Program showed a reduction in incidence of developing diabetes by 58%. Our objective is to provide access to prevention programs to those who may benefit from it. Please check out our flyers for more information.
Diabetes Prevention Program
When Does it Start?
Tuesday, April 23. At 9:30 a.m.
The sessions are weekly.
The Center for Community Health & Prevention
46 Prince St., 3rd floor, Rochester, NY 14607
For more information, or to register:
Contact Daniela Castro (585) 224-2067
Type II diabetes can be prevented!