Case Management is a key service offered to all clients in our Transitional Housing Program.
Case Management is a client-centered, goal-oriented process for assessing clients’ needs and helping them obtain the services needed to overcome barriers to housing and employment, and helping clients achieve long-term self-sufficiency. We employ a highly effective case management system linking services and resources to client needs and goals. Case managers build a relationship of mutual trust and respect with the client. Our experience has shown us that this relationship makes a critical difference in client success.
In the Transitional Housing Program the case manager visits with clients weekly and provides additional on-going support.
Follow-up services and support are provided to Families in Transition (FIT) clients for up to 24 months after the family has graduated from the Transitional Housing Program.