The Case Manager is the point person for coordinating care and linking clients with the support services they need
Home Based Case Management
Home based parenting and case management are available to help families with young children that are struggling with multiple needs. Your case manager will provide home parent education, resource coordination, developmental screenings, assistance with transportation and housing, and referrals for community services.
If you have clients that need access to more than one medical professional and/or social service, they might benefit from participating in one of CARE’s Case Management programs. Case Management coordinates patients with complex care needs by providing assessment, planning, evaluation, and collaboration so that multiple needs can be addressed utilizing high quality, efficient resources. The Case Manager is the point person for coordinating care and linking clients with the management services they need.
We have several case management programs available for patients with specific health and social services needs. Each program has different eligibility requirements and care services are free for those who qualify. CARE’s several Case Management programs are described below.
Medication Assisted Treatment and Recovery
Those who qualify for a Methadone Case Manager will meet one on one to determine the client’s health needs and set goals related to those needs. Methadone Case Managers are qualified counselors, experienced with substance use disorder, who can provide patients with the coordinated care they need.
Substance Abuse Support Services
Substance Abuse Support Services (SASS) are available to Macomb County Department of Human Services clients with case management needs who have been referred for substance abuse services and have an open case in one of the following programs:
- Children’s Protective Services
- Foster Care
- Adoption Process
- Juvenile Justice/Delinquency