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No out-of-pocket expense
Families FIRST is a case management program of the New Mexico Department of Health, Public Health Division, that provides perinatal case management to Medicaid eligible pregnant women and children 0-3 years old. See website for information about this program. Clients receive the following services:
-A case intake to ascertain the client’s eligibility and to gather information for the purposes of care coordination;
-Presumptive Eligibility and/or Medicaid On-Site Application Assistance;
-An assessment of the client’s medical/psychosocial strengths and risk factors;
-A plan of care that links clients with resources that address the problems/needs identified;
-Standardized health education and literature related to pregnancy, birth, newborn care and child development;
-Referrals to appropriate community resources;
-Monitoring and follow-up with clients to ensure that they receives the recommended services;
-A reassessment to evaluate the status of problems identified, and to identify additional areas of concern or risk.