What are case management services for children and adolescents?

Case management services are provided to those children/adolescents with Serious Emotional Disturbances (SED) (and their families) who need multiple services that require referral and coordination among a variety of providers.

Case management services may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Meet with the child/adolescent, their family, and other professionals to advocate, support, and collaborate on the child's/adolescent's behalf by providing supportive guidance and/or telephone and face-to-face outreach
  • Monitor progress through monthly contacts with the child/adolescent, families, and other involved service providers
  • Provide referral to other service providers to obtain health care, housing, financial assistance, legal advice, etc.

Contact Us

For more information contact Scott Britton, Mental Health Care Coordinator, at 804-758-4035.

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1. What are case management services for children and adolescents?
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3. What is the benefit of case management services for my family?
4. How can I access case management services?
5. Who pays for the service?
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