Mental Health Case Management

At MaineHealth, case managers may work with clients, their clinical team and support system to coordinate care in the community. With case management, clients get the help and guidance they need to connect with resources and services in the community.

 

What is mental health case management?

 

Mental health case management often involves coordinating community services and connecting clients with the resources they need. In addition, a case manager may advocate for clients and monitor their community services. Family members, friends and caregivers also may receive support from a mental health case manager.

 

Who are case managers?

At MaineHealth, case managers partner with clients and their support system to evaluate, monitor and coordinate community services in the areas of mental and behavioral health. Case managers may provide the following services:

  • Needs assessment

  • Care planning

  • Facilitation of services

  • Coordination

  • Evaluation

  • Client advocacy  

Case management services

  • Goal setting

  • Skill building

  • Case management

  • Medication management

  • Individual therapy and counseling

  • Group therapy and counseling

  • Social service referral

  • Psychiatric evaluation

  • Coordinate community services and resources

Is it a mental health crisis?

Mental health crisis services are designed to respond quickly and compassionately to people facing a situation they cannot handle.
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