Children’s Blended Case Management services help children and adolescents live successfully within their family unit and the community. Individualized services are based on the unique needs of each child and family, including basic human needs (i.e. physical, emotional, spiritual, vocational and social needs).
A child’s assigned case manager provides services at home, school, medical appointments or other sites where the child needs support. The case manager coordinates all the child and family’s services and consults with mental health and educational professionals on crisis situations and overall treatment.
Case managers meet with the family once a month, at a minimum and crisis services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.