HCAM and the Go Further campaign plays a critical role in strengthening Maryland’s healthcare delivery system.
Our focus is on helping residents enroll in public healthcare coverage and navigate the healthcare system—and much more. HCAM’s unique, caring approach goes beyond merely checking off boxes. We’re in it for the long haul and guide our clients to not only become healthier but empower them to become self-sustaining.
Through these programs, we’re currently serving a wide spectrum of more than 145,000 Maryland residents ranging from children, parents, pregnant women,
childless adults and immigrants to people experiencing homelessness, youth in foster care, people with substance abuse disorders and recent jail releasees.
HCAM helps Maryland residents learn about, apply for, and enroll in health insurance through the state’s online insurance exchange. Our Navigators and Assisters help clients determine eligibility, select and enroll in a health plan.
CARE COORDINATION PROGRAM
Outreach for short-term care coordination services, education about health benefits, links clients to primary care providers or specialists, refers for long-term case management.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OUTREACH PROGRAM
A person-centered approach connects people to services and supports their recovery for: substance use disorders, trauma, mental illness, homelessness and more.
MAKING ALL THE CHILDREN HEALTHY PROGRAM
Provides health care coordination, education and advocacy services for every child placed in foster or kinship care in the city.
POPULATION HEALTH PROGRAM
Health advocacy for the social determinants, focused on increasing access to care and assistance with navigating the health system.
HELP US GO FURTHER
There are countless stories of people struggling in our state.
And while HCAM has highly effective programs in place to help people in need, we need your support!
Donate to our GO FURTHER campaign and you can extend HCAM’s reach.
We’ll be able to connect more residents to insurance and care. Teach more of the community about healthier living, reducing costly illnesses, medication and trips to the ER. And continue to advocate for a more accessible health care system for ALL across the state of Maryland.