Our Case Management Services are provided to children from 3 to 17 years of age. To be eligible for case management services, recipients must be Medicaid eligible and have a serious emotional problem which requires advocacy for and coordination of services to maintain or improve their level of functioning. The purpose of case management services is to assist individuals in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and other services. According to Medicaid, the primary goal of case management services is to optimize the functioning of youth who have complex needs by coordinating the provisions of quality treatment and support services in the most efficient and effective manner.
DJJ Probational Support:
Our Case Managers provide advocacy for youth and their families when youth have been involved in delinquent activities. Specifically, the Case Manager will support the child and their family by making referrals for supportitive services, coordinating with providers for child and family services, attending court hearings and assisting the child and their family in understanding the probational process.
New Perspective Services Referral for Targeted Case Managment Services:
To obtain Targeted Case Management Services with New Perspective Services please complete our referral form and fax the referral form with any supporting documentation to help us better serve the child you are referring.