Cenpatico Integrated Care knows that each community is different. We want to make sure the voices of the counties we serve are heard. These voices help our decisions in providing care. The recommendations we receive through our Advisory Councils are submitted through our Community Voice Subcommittee and can influence improvements in our network and processes.
Members of these councils review and discuss plans for new programs. We value the input from each community. The feedback from these councils has a direct impact on the system of care, communication, and barriers that affect our members.
There are two different councils to participate in:
- Community Adivory Council
- Choose Health Coalition (New)
Community Advisory Council
Our Community Advisory Councils are made up of community members, such as the police department, Division of Children and Family, Adult Protective Services, faith based groups, homeless shelters, food banks and other stakeholders. The council advises on key issues, and makes suggestions to improve these issues. We have at least one of these councils in each county. They meet at a minimum quarterly, depending on need.
If you are currently a member of one of our councils and would like to also participate in our Stakeholder Advisory Board, please let your meeting facilitator know and you will be included in our next meeting invite. The Stakeholder Advisory Board meets quarterly at our Tempe office and is chaired by our CEO. You can also participate by phone if you are unable to attend in person.
Current members of our councils may also participate in the Stakeholder Advisory Board. Members of councils can join the advisory boards by letting their council facilitator know of their interest. Our Boards meet quarterly at our Tempe office. They are chaired by our CEO Terry Stevens. There is also an option to participate by phone.
To join a council or for information about the next meeting in your community, please call Customer Service at (866) 495-6738.
Choose Health Coalitions
We believe in treating the whole person. To lead us in this process, we use SAMHSA’s 8 Dimensions of Wellness: Emotional, Financial, Social, Spiritual, Occupational, Physical, Intellectual and Environmental.
We are partnering with existing health coalitions and creating new ones in our communities that will work on health initiatives. The goal is to improve the health of the community. We will have staff to lead and provide support. Membership is open to all community leaders, faith based organizations, or any interested community member. If you would like information, please contact our customer service department at 866-495-6738.