(Silver Spring, Maryland) – In October 2017 the Tree House formally separated from the Primary Care Coalition (PCC), which had served as its fiscal agent since the late 1990’s. The Tree House is now incorporated as a new nonprofit under the name The Tree House Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County MD.
(Silver Spring, Maryland) - With capital investment from the Nexus Montgomery Regional Partnership, Cornerstone Montgomery has begun operating its third crisis house, serving community members experiencing a mental health crisis. The new facility accommodates eight patients and is located on Layhill Road, Silver Spring, Maryland.
This crisis house is a necessary resource for the severely mentally ill and will provide patients with a cost-effective, appropriate, community-based treatment option.
(Silver Spring, Maryland) – The Primary Care Coalition (PCC) has been awarded $250,000 by Maryland Physicians Care (MPC), a Medicaid managed care organization, to purchase immunizations for residents enrolled in Montgomery Cares, a public-private partnership that provides basic health care to low-income and uninsured adults in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Consistent with and in furtherance of the mission and objectives of the Primary Care Coalition (PCC), we make this statement upholding PCC’s core values of diversity and inclusion.The PCC envisions a community in which all residents have the opportunity to live healthy lives. The PCC upholds the principles of diversity, inclusion, and respect for people from all cultures and backgrounds and recognizes that these values are directly related to the health of every individual and the health of the community as a whole.
PCC and the Montgomery County DHHS received the 2016 Exemplary Collaboration Award for their work to address cancer disparities. This honor from the Maryland Cancer Collaborative (MCC) was in recognition of work leading a task force focused on implementing the Maryland Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan and addressing cancer disparities.
Silver Spring, Maryland — The Primary Care Coalition (PCC) President and CEO, Leslie Graham, announced today that two seasoned executives will join the organization’s leadership team.
Avi Fichman will join the PCC as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Fichman brings more than 25 years of experience to the PCC and has held executive roles for a number of well-known organizations including: Make-A-Wish of the Mid Atlantic; UNHCR; and The Center for Public Integrity. As PCC’s Chief Operating Officer, he will oversee policies and procedures, and provide financial analysis, budgeting, and contracting expertise.
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