Case Management

If you want to get the most out of your services at DAP, consider making an appointment with a Case Manager.

Case Managers offer support services to all members of the family, aiding program participants with basic needs, including referrals to support for food, shelter, transportation, employment services, legal aid, mental and medical health, chemical dependency, among others. Case Management services are client-centered and trauma-informed. The program is provided for the purpose of facilitating access to, coordinating, and ensuring holistic care.

Anyone can use Case Management, whether they are a client at DAP or not. Those currently in advocacy or therapy are welcome to access Case Management at any point during their program. We also provide services to those who are referred to us though community partnerships.

 

Drop-In Case Management

Aiding with immediate referral needs on a one-time basis, coordinating care internal to DAP, and supporting crisis-based needs for safety and stability. During drop-in services, Case Managers can help with:

  • Quick resources
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Scheduling therapy appointments
  • Therapy fees

Short-Term Case Management

Four to six meetings to help with referrals to support short-term goals related to food resources, housing, transportation, medical and dental care, legal support, educational and employment services. During intermediate services, Case Managers can help with:

  • Community referrals
  • Employment and housing support services
  • Addressing legal issues such as immigration, DWI’s, etc.
  • County benefit applications
  • Navigating resource networks for veterans
  • Parenting programs and school supplies

Targeted Case Management

Creating a collaborative plan for supporting you, over months and even years, to achieve your goals for living a safe, stable life by coordinating your holistic care with multiple providers and community resources in order to support an increase in your overall quality of life. During targeted services, Case Managers can help with:

  • Developing a treatment plan and a safety plan
  • Accompaniment to community resources
  • Referrals for mental health services

For more information, contact Jodi Schipp, Case Management Supervisor, at jschipp@mndap.org or 612-874-7063  x223.