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Adult Case Management


  • Reduce the symptoms of psychiatric illness

  • Build resilience and improve quality of life and community integration

  • Improve coping skills and strategies


This service is designed to provide community support and advocacy to adults diagnosed with severe mental illness. It assists individuals to succeed in the community by identifying, accessing, and advocating for needed services. Using a comprehensive case management approach, quality mental health treatment is provided to individuals and families using the mental health recovery model, a conceptual psychosocial rehabilitation model. This recovery-oriented model empowers the individual and offers hope, healing, and connection to services, resources and peers. The service provides rehabilitation and environmental support activities that assist clients in reducing the symptoms of psychiatric illness, build resilience and improve their quality of life and integration into the community. These services are relevant to the diversity of the persons served and consistent with their needs.

Clinicians assist with the identification, evaluation, and assessment of needs and strengths. Individualized Service Plans are jointly developed and implemented with the individual being served and family or peers as appropriate and permitted.


Main Campus, Downtown, Southeast, West Side-Detroit, and East Cleveland


9:00a.m. to 5:30p.m. Mon -Fri
By appointment


Medicaid Accepted, ADAMHS Board and United Way subsidies available


Mentally ill diagnosed persons with Case Management identified in treatment plan


Area Served:

Cuyahoga County


Not Available

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