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Adult Case Management

The Case Management Services provide services to assure continuity of care to those consumers meeting the 65E-15 criteria.  The major objective of Case Management is continuity of service for chronically mentally disabled individuals.  There are five fundamental Case Management activities:
  1. assessment
  2. planning
  3. linking
  4. monitoring
  5. advocacy

Case Management is a critical component of the community support system.  Primarily case management services are those activities aimed at linking the consumer to a service system and coordinating services to achieve a successful outcome.  The focus of all Case Management activities is the maintenance of each consumer's total personal network, including all supporting functions from both the natural support system and the professional service system. 

In addition to mental health services, this includes the services of all other human service providers.  These essential linkages are to family, friends, housing and a source of income.  The Case Management department is also responsible for the liaison function with all Baker Act facilities.



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