Case Management Services

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Through our partnership with Cornerstone Behavioral Health , the Wabanaki Health and Wellness division offers Behavioral Health Home/ Case Management Services.   Our program qualifies as a “Behavioral Health Home” to both children and adults. This is not a place where people live, but a new way of providing case management using a “whole person” approach. This is a Maine Care covered service. We use a “whole person” approach to manage both physical and mental health services.  In the Behavioral Health Home, the client will receive case management but with an extra focus of helping to coordinate physical health needs with their primary care provider.  The services are provided by a health professional known as a Home Health Coordinator (HHC) or Case Manager (CM) who will help to identify the mental, behavioral, medical and other whole person needs including educational, housing, peer recovery and transportation, etc.  CM’s help to identify the services necessary to meet those needs, coordinate and facilitate access to services and integrate care. This model offers a team based approach with the client being the center and driving force in their own care. It begins with intake/assessment, identification of needs, developing a plan of care, referrals, care coordination/advocacy, monitoring, and ends when goals are met. We strive to meet your needs efficiently and in the shortest time possible.


Case Management is a client-centered, recovery focused service. The goal of the service is to increase independence in the community and to support an individual to live in the least restrictive setting of their choice. We believe that clients are the experts in their lives and that our job is to support clients in what they are motivated to work on.  Case Management services are flexible. We can meet individuals in a variety of settings including the community or your home.


Adult Community Integration Services is a service for adults ages 18 and above to help stabilize mental health issues, address co-occurring substance abuse, trauma, and health issues that affect a person’s independence and functioning in the community.  Adult Community Integration Services is a culturally sensitive, person-centered and team based including you, your health care professionals, peer and natural supports you (and/or guardian, if applicable) choose. This is a strengths-based approach provided flexibly in the home or in the community.


Targeted Children’s Case Management is a service for children ages 0-20 who have Emotional, Behavioral, Developmental and Cognitive needs. This is a culturally sensitive, team-based model which includes your natural/peer supports. A wrap-around approach is used to identify strengths, needs and barriers in the community and school.  Once needs are identified, the Case Manager will help to link caregivers with congruent community supports and resources to help keep the child in the community and in the least restrictive setting. We provide assessment, support planning, team facilitation, linkage, coordination, monitoring and advocacy to meet the needs of the child.