Our Case Management team links consumers with the appropriate local resources and assists them in obtaining all benefits to which they are entitled.
These benefits may include:
- Social Security
- Employed Individuals with Disabilities Program
- Food Stamps
- Energy Assistance
- Medical and Dental Care
- Psychiatric Care
- Substance Abuse Treatment
- Medication Management
- Vocational Training
- Transportation Services
The Case Management program works with consumers to establish and maintain stability within their own community. Case Managers help develop a customized support network and advocate on behalf of each consumer to ensure access to the best possible care and treatment.
Case Management FAQs
Who is eligible for Case Management?
Individuals are able to participate in Case Management services if they are a resident of Anne Arundel or Montgomery County and have a severe and persistent mental illness. Additional criteria may include unemployment, financial difficulty, lack of a support system, and/or difficulty maintaining daily living skills.
How do I make a referral for services?
To make a referral or request Case Management Services complete an on-line referral form.
Who pays for Case Management Services?
Case Management services are paid for by the State of Maryland and Medical Assistance.
What is Case Management?
Case Management is a service that assists individuals in accessing and coordinating services and resources in their communities. These services include:
- Social Security
- Medicaid and Medicare
- Food stamps
- Energy assistance
- Medical and dental care
- Psychiatric care
- Substance abuse treatment
- Vocational training
- Transportation services
- Childcare services
In addition, Case Managers assist individuals with developing a support network and serve as an advocate for individuals to ensure their access to the best possible care and treatment in their own communities.
Do I need Medical Assistance to receive case management services?
There is short-term coverage by the State of Maryland for those individuals who meet criteria for Case Management services, but who do not have Medical Assistance.
How long will Case Management services last?
Generally, Case Management services will be provided for one to six months. The length of participation in Case Management depends on the specific needs of the individual. Uninsured individuals are typically approved for 3 months of services. The goal is to provide a structured support system that allows the individual to access resources and anticipate problems or barriers to success in the community.
How often will the Case Manager meet with me?
Case Managers meet with individuals 2 to 5 times per month, based on consumer’s insurance and the needs of the individual.