Assistant Vice President, Addiction Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Services
Jaymie Kahn-Rapp joined Family & Children’s Association (FCA) in July of 2017 as the Assistant Vice President of Addiction Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Services. With a Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling from Hofstra University and a Masters in Public Administration from Baruch College, as well as a License in Mental Health Counseling and Certification in Rehabilitation Counseling, Ms. Kahn-Rapp brings over 20 years of experience in the not-for-profit and healthcare sectors, having successfully led both grant funded and Medicaid reimbursable programs.
Prior to working at FCA, Ms. Kahn-Rapp was the Vice President of Quality Management, Compliance and Reporting at BOOM!Health, Director of Community Health at Baily House, and Director of Clinic Operations at Brightpoint Health (previously known as HELP/PSI). Throughout her prior roles, Ms. Kahn-Rapp has gained significant experience with developing and implementing Quality Management programming, and incorporates this experience when managing the multiple programs in her division. Ms. Kahn-Rapp has been very active in the Medicaid Redesign initiatives, and has spearheaded the implementation and tracking of quality for Health Home, Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment programs (DSRIP), and Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) at her prior agencies. Ms. Kahn-Rapp has brought her knowledge from these activities to her role at FCA and has worked collaboratively with her management team to stabilize and grow those programs under her.
Ms. Kahn-Rapp has recognized strengths in executing and sustaining new programming; securing funds for program innovation; developing and implementing systems to ensure program, fiscal and regulatory requirements are met; and streamlining operations to maintain fiscal health and stability.
Jaymie Kahn-Rapp, MPA, MSEd, LMHC, CRC
Assistant Vice President of Addiction Prevention Treatment and Recovery Services
126 North Franklin Street
Hempstead, NY 11550
516-486-7200, ext. 2247