Monthly Archives: February 2014

How to Navigate the Medicaid and Marketplace Enrollment Maze

How do you find your way through the mountain of forms and complex procedures of Medicaid and/or the Marketplace?  You find a Navigator.  Navigators have been around for awhile but recently, with the Affordable Care Act, their jobs have been … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Julie Foltz

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I’m a lifelong resident of Anderson, Indiana.  I thought I always wanted to be an elementary school teacher or a nurse, but ended up taking another path in … Continue reading

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Systems of Care: A Youth and Family Focused Treatment Philosophy

Systems of Care is a philosophy of how care should be delivered to children with complex emotional, behavioral, and mental health needs.  Many of these children might have traditionally been served in out-of-home settings, like residential treatment centers, group homes, … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Barbara Scott

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Anderson College, an MSW from IUPUI in 1987, and an MBA from Anderson University in 2002. How long have you … Continue reading

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