Case Management

Accessing basic resources such as food, housing, medical care, and financial support may present challenges to people with psychiatric disabilities. Our Case Managers help participants navigate the sometimes overwhelming process of locating, applying for, and coordinating resources. Case Managers partner with service recipients to get their basic needs met. Examples of community resources include:

     Medical


     Housing

     Employment of public assistance

     Education

     Transportation

     Legal Matters


In addition, Case Managers also support recipients’ efforts to achieve their full potential by linking them to resources such as:

   

    Volunteer Opportunities

    Vocational Rehabilitation

    Social Security Plans for Achieving Self-Sufficiency 

    Mutual Support Groups

    Other Opportunities for Recovery and Integration


Eligibility Requirements

In order to receive Case Management Services, participants need to meet the respective eligibility guidelines of third party payers. Case Management is only available to individuals 18 or older who have a serious and persistent mental illness, and meet managed care level of care guidelines.

If you are a new or returning client, please fill out our New Client Application by clicking here.