Adult Mental Health Case Management Program/Community Integration
These services are designed to help adults with serious and persistent mental illness in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, and other necessary services as they relate to their mental health needs. The goal of these services is to assist individuals in achieving independence within their community and support them in being able to advocate for their own needs. Case management services include developing a functional assessment, an individualized community support plan and crisis plan, referring and assisting the person to obtain needed resources for all areas of their life, ensuring coordination of services, and monitoring the delivery of services to ensure each individual’s needs are being met.
Daily Living Support
These services provide personal supervision and therapeutic support to assist clients in developing and maintaining the skills required to be successful in daily living.
These services will help clients increase their independence, access community resources and achieve their personal goals.
We offer counseling services to individuals (adults, adolescents, and children) and families seeking a safe, supportive environment to work out problems and/or cope with issues such as past or current trauma/abuse, divorce, death of family members or friends, problems at home, work or school, behavioral issues, managing anger and other uncomfortable emotions, and dealing with feelings of sadness or anxiety. All of our outpatient counselors strive to use evidence-based treatments and interventions designed to increase the strengths and resources of each individual served.
Clients must be 18 years of age or over and have full Maine Care insurance coverage and a primary mental health diagnosis. If a current diagnosis is not available, an assessment can be provided by MAS clinicians.
What is the GOAL?
The goal of Adult Mental Health Case Management services is to assist clients in connecting with multiple resources in order to obtain the highest level self-sufficiency possible. The work is client centered and individualized for each client depending on severity of need.
Who are the providers?
Community Integration Services (CIS) case manager’s must hold an MHRT-C in order to provide this level of service to clients. The service is directly supervised by licensed clinicians.
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