Mental Health Case Management services are designed to help an individual achieve success in the community by identifying and accessing needed services and supports to address mental health needs. Each client is assigned a Mental Health Case Manager, who they meet with individually. This service is often provided outside the office with flexible hours, based on the individual's needs. The Case Manager oversees the coordination of services for the individual, while monitoring mental health symptoms. The Case Manager provides ongoing support to clients. Example of services include, monitoring psychiatric symptoms, assisting with complying with medications, assisting with helping obtaining and maintaining benefits, accessing housing, etc. In addition to individual services, the Case Management department also provides therapeutic groups.
The following groups are currently offered through the Case Management Department:
Men's Social Skills Group: Men's Social Skills Group is an interactive atmosphere designed to enhance each member's intrapersonal and team building skills in social settings by learning therapeutic group techniques as well as practicing these acquired skills in the community.
Men's Health Group: Men's Health Group is for young men who would like to learn how to lead a healthier life by making healthy choices. This group focuses on physical, mental, and emotional health, and includes such individual topics as; nutrition, exercise, relationships, anger management, and substance abuse.
Woman's Anger Management Group: Woman's Anger Management Group is designed to help woman explore the emotion of anger. This group focuses on learning how to assertively express this emotion, as well as in equipping group members with new coping skills to utilize in their day to day lives.
Adults who currently live in Summit County and are 18 or older. These individuals have a severe and persistent mental health disorder.