The Case Manager collaborates with the client to assess their need and when appropriate the client’s family, and arranges, coordinates, monitors, evaluates and advocates for a package of services to meet the client’s needs.
Services are designed to assist Greenwich residents in achieving and maintaining self-sufficiency and independence in the community.
Areas of Assistance include:
- Housing, Shelter, and Utilities
- Food and Clothing
- Health Care
- Behavioral Health
- Personal Safety
- Education and Employment
The Case Management process includes a comprehensive assessment that identifies the person’s strengths and barriers that may
impede progress; a financial assessment of income and expenses to assist in budgeting guidance and identifying federal, state or local funding; and a mental wellness screening.
Through a series of meetings with the client, the Case Manager establishes a service plan with specific goals, interventions and time frames for achievement. The service plan develops a step by step process for the client to achieve their personal goals.
By working collaboratively with the client, the Case Manager develops strategies that will help the client in accomplishing self-sufficiency and economic independence.