Below are frequently asked questions from people, families, and members about the Community Resource Coordination Group (CRCG) Program:
- Children and youth: 22 and younger
- Adults: 18 and older
- All ages
A family representative is a parent or legal guardian of a child who has emotional, behavioral, physical, mental health challenges, or intellectual disabilities and has been through the CRCG process. The family representative can answer questions the family might have, and support the family during and after the meeting.
A CRCG family representative is encouraged to be at every CRCG Staffing, or meeting where Individual Service Plans are created. A family representative may or may not be present, to make sure person or, family specific needs are met. They can also help a person or family feel more comfortable speaking about their personal life with a group of strangers.
If there isn't a CRCG in your local area, please call 211 (http://www.211texas.org) for local resources.
- Medical history and insurance, if you have it.
- Names of medical professionals or mental health professionals you have seen or are seeing.
- "Release of Information" documents from current or past professionals who have helped you or your family. These documents give professionals permission to share personal information with CRCG members.
- Names and types of services you or your family have received.
- Names and types of services you need.
- Anything else you would like the group to know.