Program Overview

Health and Recovery Program (HARP) is a managed care program for adults 21 years and older who have Medicaid managed care.  HARP provides service designed to assist individuals with living the life they want to live through achieving goals related to their independence, education, employment, habilitation and much more. 

ICAN provides a full range of services called HCBS and CORE to individuals in varying stages of their lives and recovery.  We have a comprehensive group of providers in our Independent Practice Association (IPA) that provide skill building supports to those HARP eligible individuals through person-centered and strength-based approaches. We are currently designated to provide 11 HARP services from Peer Support to Educational and Vocational Services.


  • Adults 21 years and older who have a Managed Care Medicaid plan with Fidelis, Excellus, MVP or United Healthcare and have been identified as HARP enrolled or eligible.

Making A Referral

Please contact Laura Trela at 315-731-2661 or  Referrals are available for download on this site and can be faxed to 315-792-9578 or emailed to

  • 5,852
    Total number of face to face contact made with clients in 2022.
  • 180
    The average number of individuals receiving HARP services PER MONTH in 2022.
  • 8,642
    Hours of HARP services provided by providers in our IPA.

HARP Services Age Group

  • Adults
  • Seniors
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  • Herkimer
  • Madison
  • Oneida
  • Otsego

Why Consider HARP Services

Our Team Approach

We embrace the Wraparound model for all of our care, services and programs. Our staff works collaboratively to develop and implement customized treatment plans for the individuals and families in our programs, and each team member contributes to our clients’ successes.

Empowerment & Support

At ICAN, we strive to empower and support individuals and families facing life challenges, by providing them with the tools to make the best decisions for themselves and their families. We assist them with succeeding in any goal they may have set, whether it be recovering from addiction, finding success in the classroom, creating a healthy home for their family as they anticipate the birth of a child, or seeking support and community resources, all while keeping families together as they process through their traumas.

Access To Resources

We connect individuals and families with critical community resources, such as access to physical and mental health providers, employment opportunities, housing options, peer support groups, and Wraparound services. We understand that access to some of these services can be difficult to attain during certain life challenges, and we are here to help individuals and families overcome this obstacle.


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