Case Managers/Service Coordinators assist children and adults with a disability in accessing services so that person can live and work in the community.
Who is Eligible?
We provide a variety of services from simple information and referral to long term supports.If you have a question about accessing help for yourself or a loved one with a disability contact us.
Once a request for services is received, a case manager/service coordinator will meet with you to assess your needs and devise a plan to meet those needs.Your case manager/service coordinator will work with you through the entire process to ensure your needs are being met.
Some of the services we provide include, but are not limited to, the following:
Information and Referral: answering questions about services available in the community & referral to agencies that could meet your needs.
Option Counseling: assisting you in knowing what services are available to meet your needs and choosing a service that best meets your needs.
Caregiver Support: answering questions and concerns regarding services & supports to assist you with your loved one or client.
Abuse Prevention & Intervention: assisting in identifying and accessing supports to prevent abusive situations.
Transition Planning: assisting in planning and setting up supports when transitioning from current level of support – includes but not limited to transition from jail, hospitalization, homeless, school graduation, residential placement.
Service Coordination/Case Management: on-going support by a social worker to set up services and funding for services to meet long term care needs (residential services, medications, vocational services…).