The goal of case management is to help children and their families gain access to needed community services and supports, and help you achieve a lifetime of independent functioning.
We take the time to listen, to interact with and to get to know our clients so that you know we are your advocates.
We make sure that the services that are facilitated are family and client driven.
We develop an individualized service plan for accessing and using resources that can meet identified needs. We assist our clients in connecting with community services and supports identified in your service plan.
We provide family, individual and limited group skill development services.
We monitor our client progress as it relates to the service plan in the home, school, and the community. We make sure that we build on our clients strengths and that there are no barriers or disabilities that keep our clients from their dreams.
We ensure that our client’s rights and responsibilities are reviewed and understood on a quarterly basis.
We ensure that our clients have payment options that will work including helping with the Medicaid application process.
We provide 24/7 Crisis Intervention services which include after-hours and weekend assistance.
Client Load for a Case Manager:
Our Case managers have a low case manager to client ratio of 1:15 which ensures that the case managers get to visit their clients on a weekly basis. We have two case manager supervisors in Anchorage as well as one case manager supervisor in Wasilla to assist with your services.
Case Manager Qualifications:
A case manager is a professional who loves children/families and always has their client’s best interest at heart. They are a professional with at least a four year college degree in a mental health, social work, human services or related field.
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