Case Management Program for Adults
Woodfords' Adult Case Management services are designed to provide support to adults with special needs and their families. Case managers help link individuals to resources and services in their own communities.
The case manager will work with the adult consumer to identify his or her strengths, interests and vision for a desired life, and then help the individual attain those goals.
To be eligible for this service, an adult must meet the following requirements:
- Diagnosis of Mental Retardation or Autism
- Eligible for MaineCare funding
- Not under Public Guardianship
Counties Currently Served
If you believe that you or someone you are a guardian for meets the eligibility criteria, you must first contact the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Office of Aging and Disability Services, (207) 822-2000, to confirm eligibility. From there, DHHS will give you referrals to different agencies in the community that are providing this service.
To learn more about Adult Case Management services, contact Senior Adult Case Manager Kate Curley, LSX, at (207) 878-9663, x 4181.