Fremont County Case Management
Serving Residents of Southwest Iowa

 

Nancy Henneman               Transition Cord., Case Management Support                                      
Sidney, Iowa 51652-0540                                                                        
Telephone: 712-374-3075                                
                 
Hours: 8:00 am  to 4:30 pm M-F                   
                   
                                                                              
           
                                                                                                                                           
Holiday Closings: Holiday Schedule  
                                           
What is Case Management?

Through an ongoing process of service coordination, Case Management assists individuals to live and work in the community.
Case Management emphasizes each individual's abilities and strengths.
Case Management encourages each individual to direct the decision making process and to identify their own personal goals.
Case Management Monitors service provision on a regular basis.
Case Management employs qualified and experienced social workers.

 

What do Case Managers Do?
 

Assessment: Identify the individual's current desires, strengths, needs and barriers so they can live as they choose.
Planning: Assist the individual, family and team members, with developing a service plan that addresses the life goals of the individual.
Referral: Link the individual with resources and supports in the community.

Coordination: Work to assure there is communication with all people involved, so that everyone can access resources effectively.
Monitoring: Assure the continued appropriateness and effectiveness of all services and supports. Provide guidance and direction while seeking to empower the individual.
Advocacy: Strive to protect individual's rights and work to enhance their ability to make informed choices.
           

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicants must be Medicaid (Title XIX) eligible
Applicants must want, and actively use, the service.
Adults must have a diagnosis of mental illness, mental retardation, chronic mental illness and/or developmental disability.
Children under the age of 18 must have a diagnosis of mental retardation, and be enrolled in the MR Waiver Program.

Our Goal is to Effectively Utilize Resources and Services which will Enhance your Strengths and Meet your Needs