Case Management

Case Management helps people access, coordinate and monitor needed services as they relate to the person’s assessed needs and preferences. The terms 'case management,' 'service coordination' and 'care coordination' are often used interchangeably.

Case management activities may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Coordinate services
  • Develop a service plan based on people’s assessed needs and preferences
  • Evaluate and monitor services identified in the service plan
  • Help people access needed services
  • Help people identify potential service providers
  • Inform people or their legal representative of service options

Fraser offers a number of different types of case management.

Waiver Case Management

Fraser Waiver Case Management services are designed to help individuals who have waiver funding navigate the complex social service system. Individuals using this service must reside in Hennepin County or Dakota County. Click here for more information.

Developmental Disability Case Managment

Fraser Developmental Disability Case Management services are designed to help individuals who DO NOT have waiver funding navigate the complex social service system. Individuals must be referred by Hennepin County to qualify. Click here for more information.

Children's Autism/Mental Health Case Management

Targeted Mental Health Case Management for children and teens with an autism or mental health diagnosis is available for Fraser clients who live in Hennepin County. Click here for more information.

  

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