Our case managers will work with you to create a plan that is unique to your family’s needs. This can include help with finding affordable housing in the community, financial support to cover damage deposits and rent if needed. Your case manager will also work with your family on goal setting, relationship and community connection building, advocacy, and assistance with various government and community supports. They are there to provide general moral support and advocate for your family.
Your case manager will help you gain strategies and find community resources to create a plan for remaining housed. We will work with community partners to provide the additional supports as needed. Those additional supports may include services to address family wellness, physical health, mental health, and life autonomy.
You will meet with your case manager on a regular basis to help put your plan in action and we will help you achieve self-sufficiency and housing independence. Our case managers can meet with you in-person, over the phone or virtually, as needed.