Cultural Competency

Cultural competency allows for care that is sensitive and responsive to cultural differences. Carisk employees and its network Providers are aware of the impact of culture and possess skills to help provide services that respond appropriately to a person’s unique cultural differences, including race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, language, family systems, or physical disability. Select a link below to review Carisk’s Cultural Competency Plan or Carisk’s Cultural Competency Evaluation, the most recent assessment of the Plan’s key elements and effectiveness in meeting its goals. 

Cultural Competency Plan 

Cultural Competency Evaluation

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