Targeted Case Management is a voluntary, consumer directed approach which links Medicaid recipients to individual and specific services in the community. The case management process includes the facilitation of service coordination and linking and monitoring individuals diagnosed with mental retardation, developmental disabilities, chronic mental illness, and brain injuries to appropriate and necessary services. Case management ensures necessary evaluations are completed, individualized service plans are developed, implemented and monitored, and reassessment of the individual’s needs and services occurs on an ongoing and regular basis. The program also advocates for the consumer’s rights and desires when the individual is incapable or asks for assistance. County Community Services Case Management is an accredited case management provider by the Iowa Department of Human Services.
A referral can be made to the case management supervisor, Central Point of Coordination, or county social worker. An intake for services will be scheduled when an application is completed and eligibility has been determined.
If you need assistance gaining access or coordinating multiple services, please contact the case management supervisor at (515) 433-4886 to make a referral.