Case Management

Some people with serious mental illnesses face multiple hospitalizations, homelessness, commitment or simply “falling through the cracks” of our fragmented mental health system if they don’t have individualized, ongoing assistance.

Program Goals

To provide the assessment, monitoring, planning, advocacy and connection to supports and resources to help you achieve your recovery goals and live independently.

Program Description

A Case Manager can work with you to help you get connected to the services you want and need to support your independence, health and recovery. Case managers:

  • Engage in services collaboratively with you, your providers, family, and natural community supports
  • Help you identify goals and develop strategies to achieve these goals
  • Complete assessments outlining your strengths, needs, and goals
  • Meet with you in your natural environment – home, community, medical/psychiatric appointments, etc.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with many providers and agencies so they can effectively provide you with referrals and coordinate your care and needs

Our Case Management teams include case managers, social workers, nurses, chemical health specialists, vocational staff, housing staff and clinical supervisors.

We employ individuals who speak Amharic, Arabic, Somali, Spanish and American Sign Language and partner with an external agency to provide language interpretation services.

For more information contact:

Jason Bruss, Case Management Program Assistant
Phone: 952-945-4275
Email Jason