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Meeting Compliance Standards and Coordinating Care for Vulnerable Individuals

Rappahannock Area Community Services Board (RACSB) provides clinics and programs for a number of Virginia’s most vulnerable patient populations—including those with substance use disorder, behavioral and mental health diagnoses, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and social determinants of health.

Learn how RACSB has leveraged real-time, ADT-based care coordination technology to reduce administrative burden while better supporting vulnerable patients, including securing a $819,577 grant to build a permanent supportive housing program for individuals with serious mental illness suffering from homelessness.