Adult Case Management
What is Case Management?
Case Management services are designed to assist in meeting the daily needs of the developmentally disabled, seriously mentally ill and severely chemically dependent consumers. These services are the cornerstone of Colonial Behavioral Health’s mission to enhance the lives of persons affected by these disorders. All eligible CBH consumers may access Case Management services.
How does Case Management work?
Case management provides ongoing assessment of an individual’s needs and preferences, linkages to services and supports designed to address these needs, monitoring to ensure needs are being met appropriately, advocacy on behalf of the individual, and ongoing support and assistance to ensure the best possible outcome.
Who may benefit from these services?
Case Management services are provided to:
- Adults with developmental disabilities
- Adults with serious mental illness
- Adults with substance use disorder
What services are provided in the Case Management program?
Services are designed to support individuals in multiple aspects of daily living. This is accomplished through:
- Clinical assessments
- Monitoring and support
- Person Centered Service planning
- Community linkages and referrals
- Outreach services
- Opportunities for increased community involvement
- Education and symptom management