Case Management

Our case managers assist individuals and families in gaining access to services needed to meet mental health needs, improve and sustain physical health, reside independently in the community, and achieve a self-identified quality of life. Supported by a multidisciplinary team and clinical supervisor, all mental health practitioners are skilled, licensed and/or certified by the State of Michigan. Case managers work closely with each individual to create a person-centered treatment plan based on assessment of functioning, strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences. Service delivery occurs in the community or in the home. We coordinate services with other providers to help each individual achieve personalized goals. To ensure that goals are achieved, services are monitored and re-evaluated on an ongoing basis.

Service delivery includes:

  • Assessment
  • Coordination and linkage to medical, psychiatric, dental, and optical services
  • Coordination and linkage to effective and evidence-supported programs
  • Coordination to housing, vocational, educational and legal services
  • Assistance with developing and sustaining income and insurance benefits
  • Coordination and ongoing monitoring of services
  • Crisis planning and assistances with strengthening a natural support network
  • Support to solve everyday life problems
  • Support with social skills development
  • Advocacy to connect an individual with needed and preferred services
  • Person-centered treatment planning