Case Management

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Each client is connected to a case manager who is a point person for them as they navigate a journey to self-sufficiency and independence. Case managers help survivors set realistic goals and create safety plans; as well as identify appropriate resources and provide referrals and information that help them stay safe and meet their goals. Case managers help survivors access counseling, medical care, educational opportunities and more. They assist with applications for housing and payment of expenses associated with their case. Consistent case management provides survivors with steady support as they obtain skills and resources necessary to become self-sufficient and heal from abuse trauma.