The CBC IPA focuses on providing each person with the right service or combination of services when he or she needs them.

CBC’s network providers offer timely access to linguistic and culturally competent care.

What CBC IPA Offers

  • A comprehensive network of community providers spanning all five boroughs of New York City, working toward integration of service delivery to achieve better outcomes;
  • Unique expertise with Medicaid beneficiaries who have the following chronic conditions:
    • Serious mental illness and serious emotional disturbance
    • Substance use disorders
  • A city-wide Health Home; and
  • A health information technology application that serves as a uniform platform for CBC providers to coordinate and integrate care.
Available Services
Mental Health Care
  • 48 New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) licensed mental health clinics
  • 14 OMH-licensed Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS)
  • 11 OMH-licensed Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) programs
  • Plus employment, education, clubhouse, peer support and more through a variety of programs in all five boroughs
Substance Use Disorder Treatment
  • 10 NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (OASAS) outpatient clinics & 2 day rehab programs
  • 2 medically-supervised outpatient withdrawal programs
  • 10 OASAS residential programs to treat individuals with substance use disorder
Medical Care
  • 7 Federal Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)
Supportive Housing
  • Supportive housing throughout NYC for over 8,500 people with serious mental illness, addiction disorders and/or HIV. Some offer tailored supports for Veterans.
  • Licensed transitional housing programs with over 1,700 beds offering rehabilitation and skill building to disabled and formerly homeless residents so they can live successfully and independently in the community.
Homeless Services

The network offers a wide range of specialized services for people who are homeless, including mental health shelters, homeless-focused medical care (on-site at shelters and mobile to shelters), and supportive housing programs. All of these programs are focused on helping to break the cycle of homelessness experienced by individuals with behavioral health conditions.

Supportive services address both concrete and recovery issues that may impede placement in permanent housing, with the goal of identifying permanent housing as soon as possible and includes 24 specialized shelters and transitional homeless housing programs with over 2,000 beds.

Recovery Services

Recovery Services are offered in a wide range of employment, education and support programs, including Home and Community Based Services (HCBS), Access-VR (Vocational Rehab), Clubhouses, Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS) and Supported Employment. The CBC IPA network provides outreach and engagement to underserved special populations, including Veterans, young adults and the LGBTQ community, who may be experiencing or have a history of:

  • Chronic health and/or behavioral health conditions;
  • Criminal justice involvement; and/or
  • Homelessness
Children’s Services

CBC has engaged with key partners to meet the specific needs of New York’s children. Child focused programs offered by CBC’s network include:

  • 24 organizations providing child specific case/care management services. These organizations have specialized training and extensive experience addressing child- and family- specific needs using evidence-based and best practices;
  • Child specific mental health services such as specialized clinics offering specialized interventions– play therapy, art therapy, family therapy and evidence-supported CBT+ through the Partnering for Success model;
  • 2 children/teen residential programs, including OMH sponsored Children’s Community Residences, ACS sponsored group homes, 24-hour respite programs, and young adult supportive housing;
  • Developmental disability programs with a range of services including intermediate care facilities, home care services and specialized clinics;
  • Early intervention services;
  • Education/school based services;
  • Foster care services;
  • Specialized interventions and support for children with HIV/AIDS;
  • Pediatric services; and
  • Substance use treatment for youth and adolescents, ranging from outpatient clinic based interventions to brief inpatient options.