CASE MANAGEMENT/CARE COORDINATION
Individuals, particularly those, who can benefit from multiple services,
may be assigned to a case manager or care coordinator. The case manager/care coordinator works to assure
the success of the individualized recovery plan by linking the individual to appropriate
services and coordinating those services.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 243-7250
Adult Single Point of Access (SPOA)
Manages adult Single Point of Access Program for adults needing care coordination and associated services; also direct provider of care coordination services.
Non-clinical, community based programs and services that provide a range of supports to assist individuals in maintaining their recovery.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES 658-4466
Catholic Charities of Livingston County is a multi-service, non-profit agency working to alleviate poverty through 10 active programs. Services include: emergency food, clothing, furniture, emergency medical and prescription assistance, one-time utility and rent payment assistance, emergency housing, transportation, youth mentoring, counseling and case management for at-risk pregnant and parenting women and teens.
COMPEER OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY 226-8220
An organization dedicated to helping individuals receiving mental health services find social supports in their through mentoring friendships. Compeer matches volunteers from the community in one-to-one supportive friendships with adults with mental illness.
MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 226-3150
This program works with individuals and existing community services and organizations to increase awareness of mental health/illness issues and to decrease the stigma surrounding them. Staff also provides support to those with mental health issues through a peer-run social and support group, Hand in Hand.