Case Management Program
Case Management Program
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
|Jennifer Woods||Community Support Workeremail@example.com||807-274-2347 ext. 206|
|Terri Mihichuk||Community Support Workerfirstname.lastname@example.org||807-274-2347 ext. 205|
|Paul Sullivan||Housing Community Support Workeremail@example.com||807-274-2347 ext. 209|
|Kristi Albright||Rehab/Program Assistantfirstname.lastname@example.org||807-274-2347 ext 203|
The Case Management Program is designed to facilitate recovery for persons age 18 years of age and older living with a serious mental illness to achieve and maintain a quality of life directed by the individual.
The Community Support Workers in conjunction/cooperation with the client will develop an individualized service plan to assist persons in developing the skills and supports necessary to maintain a level of independence that allows them to live and thrive in the community. The supports offered vary to meet the needs of each unique individual. Based on the concept of a person centred recovery approach, support plans are individualized to the needs and wants of each individual. Supports are provided in the community setting or within the person’s home environment according to the individual’s choice within the Fort Frances area.
Services & Supports include:
- assistance with daily living and meeting basic needs (i.e. housing, financial and advocacy)
- life and social skills development
- support in employment / vocational / social activities
- assistance navigating the mental health system and relevant other networks i.e. OW, ODSP
- assistance with accessing psychiatric and medical services
- assistance with symptom and medication management
- assist individuals in identifying strengths and determining areas of need and developing support plans using a recovery philosophy
- crisis prevention, intervention and management
- health promotion and education with a focus on recovery and wellness
- facilitate referrals to other community resources and the coordination of a support network
How are Referrals made?
The CMHA Community Support program accepts referrals initiated by the family doctor, psychiatrist, community agencies, family members, and self-referrals. Clients must voluntarily agree to services.
Who is Eligible?
This service is intended for adults 18 years of age and older who has a serious mental illness.
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