Fraser Contracted Case Management services are designed to help individuals using waiver funding to navigate the complex social service system. Services include a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s healthcare, social, housing, educational, vocational and other services needs. The service planning process is person-centered and includes informing the individual of the waiver, state plan, and other service options in reference to his/her assessed needs and preferences. Once an individual is fully informed of their choices, a service plan is developed. Individualized support and advocacy are provided to help the individual access the services identified in the plan. Coordination, monitoring and evaluation of those services are also provided to assure health, safety and quality service delivery. For information about our Support Planning services (formerly Flexible Case Management), click here. For information about our Autism/Mental Health Case Management services for children and teens, click here. For more information, click on the topics below, or call 612-767-5180.
Individuals must be referred by Hennepin County or Dakota County for contracted case management. There is no age requirement.
Fraser contracted case management staff are committed to excellence, and meet or exceed the professional qualifications required by the case management Minnesota Rule 185.
Contracted Case Management services are provided at home, school, work, or other preferred location. Fraser case managers are located at: Fraser Penn North, 6328 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423.
All major commercial health insurance plans, Medical Assistance and private pay are accepted. We are also able to provide limited services for uninsured Hennepin County residents. Clients may have financial responsibility for co-pays or deductibles. We encourage you to call your insurance company to find out what your benefits are for the services Fraser has recommended.
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“I like it. It’s bigger than my old place,” Robert said about his new apartment, which helps make it possible for him to live and work on his own, despite his intellectual disabilities.