Social Services

Case Management

Available to ages 4 and up

Client must be working with a counselor in order to receive case management services.

Case managers will utilize a collaborative process to improve overall wellbeing of each individual or family. Case management consists of 2 short meetings per month at office, home, school, or community location. Case managers can assist families with a wide variety of needs.

These needs are listed below:
+ Housing
+ Transportation
+ Disability Assistance
+ Medical Care
+ Mental Health
+ Attorney Referrals
+ Education/IEP/504 Plans
+ Clothing
+ Utility Assistance
+ School Supplies
+ Other Community Resources


Our licensed providers are able to complete mental health evaluations to determine level of need for mental health services for a particular individual. A qualified behavioral health professional would complete an assessment to determine eligibility for services and make recommendations on the type of services that would be needed. A written statement can also be provided to request agency with the proof of evaluation and recommendation. This process takes approximately 1 hour.

A mental health assessment is often requested by:
+ Court Designated Worker Office
+ Juvenile, Family Court
+ District Court
+ School staff
+ Medication Management Provider
+ Probation/Parole Officer

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