Child and Adolescent Case Management

Child and Adolescent Case Management

case management support services for children and adolescents

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Service Overview

Case Management is a service that is responsive and flexible to the needs of each child and family. Each child and his/her family are assisted in gaining timely access to needed medical, psychiatric, therapeutic, social, educational and other supports.

The core of the case management process is teamwork and trust.  Case Managers work in partnership with families in order to develop goals that will enhance a child’s potential and quality of life in the community.   Case managers assess the child’s needs, develop plans to meet those needs; help the family find services near where they live; navigate school and educational services; monitor the child’s progress; provide follow up with family to ensure needs are met and advocate for services and supports.


Program Length
as long as needed
Contact Info
Available Locations
Eligibility Criteria
  • Children under the age of 18 who have a diagnoses of intellectual or developmental disability
  • Children 17 and under who have a diagnosis of a serious mental health problem; have problems in personality development and social functioning; or need significant intervention for their needs from more than one agency
  • Children under the age of 7 who have different behaviors or maturity than most children of the same age; or have been exposed to physical and psychological stress
  • Children under the age of 6 who have a diagnoses of or are determined to be at risk of intellectual or developmental disability
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  • insurance information
  • prior testing or assessment information if available

FAQs

You can find answers to our most frequently asked questions about this service here. If you’ve got a question we haven’t covered, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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  • Individualized support and service planning
  • At least monthly contact to monitor needs and progress
  • Support in identifying resources, problem solving and decision making
  • Support for child focused on increased independence, school achievement and community involvement
  • Help in times of transition
  • Early access to prevention services

key resources

CSB Directory
Region Ten Financial/Billing Resources
DBHDS Resources for DD
Community Mental Health and Wellness Coalition
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