Adult Case Management

Adult Case Management

This program focuses on adults, 18 years of age and older, who have a diagnosis of a Severe and Persistent Mental Illness. Individuals participating in this program work collaboratively with a case manager on recovery and integration into the community. Individualized treatment plans guide service delivery. Referrals are made by individuals themselves, other organizations and/or doctors and therapists. Services are driven by Evidence Based Practices (Strengths Based Case Management; Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment; Supported Employment & Supported Education).

Case management focuses on:

  • Accessing medical and social services
  • Problem-solving
  • Crisis support
  • Resource linking
  • Individual skill building
  • Empowering consumers to reach their education, employment and other life goals
  • Supported Education

The Case Management program is CARF accredited and provides evidence based service delivery.

For more information, or an application, please call 316.685.1821 ext 1258.