Case management helps families identify their specific needs and obtain appropriate support services in the community.

A case manager is a staff person assigned to a family receiving services from ISK. The purpose of case management is to help families access, plan, link with, coordinate, and monitor services and community resources.

The case manager works closely with the family to assess their needs, develop a plan, and connect them with appropriate resources and services. He or she acts as a liaison, advocating for the family’s best interests and ensuring that they receive the necessary support.

How do I receive services?

The first step to receiving services is to contact our Access Center. The staff at the Access Center will do an initial screening to determine what services you qualify for and connect you to those services.

Cost for services

Fees are based upon our Sliding Fee Discount Program or your health insurance coverage. While no one is denied services based on their financial situation, there may be a waiting list in place to receive non-Medicaid covered services.