Case management services assist children who are Seriously Emotionally Disturbed and their families in practical areas of daily living. For example, case managers may act as a liaison to other agency services, including medication management and therapy. A case manager can also help you to research area services providers, coordinate with other service agencies, and monitor progress toward mental health goals.
For more information contact Scott Britton, Mental Health Care Coordinator, at 804-758-4035.
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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:
To be eligible for case management services, children/adolescents must be Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED) with a defined serious mental illness, such as bipolar disorder or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and must exhibit at least one of the following:
Children under age 7 who are at-risk of SED must meet at least one of the following criteria:
Parents or guardians can request case management services from their outpatient therapist, who will make the referral. Those who are not currently seeing a therapist can request assistance from Emergency Services, who will schedule an intake/evaluation appointment with a mental health therapist.
Medicaid, Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) funds secured through Family Assessment and Planning Teams (FAPT) in your county or private pay based on a sliding scale pay for the service. For more information contact Scott Britton, Mental Health Care Coordinator, at 804-758-4035.