FAQ

Please check the list below of our most frequently asked questions:

All Hands Health Network is a socially and clinically integrated network. This means that social determinants of health are addressed as well as medical and behavioral health needs in order to focus on the entire wellbeing of the children and families we serve.

All Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) recipients age 0-21 in zip codes 60639 and 60651 are eligible for participation in the All Hands Health Network program.

All Hands Health Network (AHHN) Resource Coordinators will work directly with families and children to facilitate assessment screenings, identify children’s needs, and connect them to the appropriate services. AHHN will assign Resource Coordinators to providers based on geography. Resource Coordinators are expected to spend the majority of their time in schools and health centers. AHHN will support integrated coordination between Community Health Workers and MCOs as well as the expansion of Lurie Children’s collaborative model of care infusing behavioral health support across community partners. AHHN will also support training and referral assistance for primary care providers, expand the trauma-informed Parenting Support Program, and extend telehealth capabilities.

Providers - If you are a provider of behavioral, medical or community-based services, please use the contact form to reach out to our team and specify your name, organization name, title, and services provided. A Provider Network Liaison will contact you with more information.

Potential Members - If you are a potential member, note that participation in All Hands Health Network (AHHN) is limited to Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance (CHIP) recipients age 0-21 in zip codes 60639 and 60651. AHHN launched Jan 3rd, 2022. For more information, please call our helpline 312.971.3044