Case Management Services
Mission of Case Management Services
The mission of case management services is to provide students with support in accessing community resources so that they are better able to focus on their personal, academic and professional goals.
Case Management Services
Case Management helps students to access resources in the community to assist with a variety of basic needs including food, legal services, ongoing counseling, health insurance, childcare, addiction-related counseling, support groups, money-management resources, dental/vision care, disabilities resources, eating disorder treatment/resources, housing/homelessness resources, immigration resources, immune disorder testing/services, information about public benefit programs, intimate partner violence resources and veterans resources. For more information, visit our local community resources page.
What to Expect
Case management appointments are generally 50 minutes long and take place in Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Administration Building, room 201. There is no charge for the services. Students are eligible for up to six sessions per semester of case management services, in addition to their personal counseling and educational counseling appointments.
First Visit: During your first meeting with the case manager, you will discuss your situation and identify what types of community resources may be available. The case manager can help you contact these resources, set goals, and plan for next steps. Some students find that they only need one 50 minute appointment to meet their needs; others may decide with the case manager to return for future appointments.
Case Management appointments adhere to the same standards of confidentiality as personal counseling appointments. For more information about the confidentiality of case management and counseling services, visit our information on confidentiality page.
How to Make a Case Management Appointment
- If you are not currently seeing a personal or educational counselor, please visit CAPS for a brief drop-in session with the counselor-on-duty. During this appointment, let the counselor know you would like an appointment with the case manager. You will then be offered the next available appointment.
- If you are currently meeting with a personal counselor and/or educational counselor, please let your counselor know that you would like to meet with the case manager for additional resources and they will refer you for the next available appointment.
If you have not been to CAPS this semester, please arrive to your scheduled appointment 10 minutes early to fill out any paperwork. Alternately, you can download and complete the Client Information and Consent for Counseling Services form (pdf) and bring it with you to your appointment.