Client Health Integration Project (CHIP) The CHIP program is for children, ages four and older, and adults who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness and/or substance use disorder and have a medical condition or are at risk of developing a medical condition. These medical conditions include obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, and smoking. The goal of the program is to support evidence-based practices that combine primary care and behavioral health care to improve the overall wellness and physical health of individuals. CHIP includes the following services: Outreach and engagement Screening and assessment services Behavioral health treatment and prevention services Primary are treatment and prevention services Care coordination: comprehensive care management, transitional care and follow-up Providing community support and referrals to other services Peer Wellness Coaches: provides peer counseling and support to the client For more information, contact Jessica Harman at (618) 462-2331, ext. 1750 or Jessica.Harman@centerstone.org.