Case Management

CPI case managers provide comprehensive care to all assigned clients. Comprehensive care may include offering and completing a wide range of services on behalf of the client. Working closely with the therapists, case managers will consult on cases and provide supportive services as indicated on the client’s treatment plan that was developed for the client by the therapist during the initial assessment. Services include, but are not limited to: Individual Rehabilitation, Case Management, Group Rehabilitation and Collaterals. These services are conducted in office, at school or in-home.  They will also attend community meetings and advocate for their clients on behalf of the therapists. All of CPI’s case managers have the minimum educational requirements of a bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related behavioral health field in an accredited institution. Every client is eligible for case management services.

A number of case managers have developed specialties to further provide care for our clients. CPI’s IEP/504 Coordinator Case Manager trains and supports clients, families and the community on IEP/504 issues as needed. CPI’s Client Services Coordinator Case Manager assists with client intake, group rehabilitation and group collateral facilitation, psychiatry appointments, and eligibility issues. The Client Services Coordinator assists with linking, advocacy and collaboration on behalf of clients and families at CPI. Several case managers have found a passion for working with the 0-5 population and are working very closely with CPI’s Infant Mental Health Specialists on their behalf.  

Not to mention, many of CPI’s past case managers have gained the education and experience necessary to become mental health clinicians at CPI.