Coordinated entry provides access to emergency housing services. Let’s explore what this system entails, how it can help you, and how to take the first steps.
Northwestern Pennsylvania Disability Benefits
Representative payee services involve allocating the financial responsibility to a person or organization so they receive social security, supplemental security income, and/or benefits for individuals who have mental health conditions and aren't able to manage their own money. Representative payees are responsible for using an individual's benefits to pay for any current and future needs.
The financial affairs of approximately 200 consumers who have been diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental health condition are handled by this program. Our staff and the client jointly prepare a financial budget to assist the client in managing their monthly expenses with the outcome of achieving financial stability.
Forensic Case Management connects former and current inmates with mental illnesses with the mental health services they need. This is meant to reduce the chance of them re-entering the system after they’ve been discharged.
It is! Many serious psychiatric disorders manifest by age 14. Connecting juvenile offenders with the necessary treatment early on is crucial to keep them out of the system.
Forensic Case Management is for individuals with severe mental illnesses involved in any stage of the criminal justice system. Case managers often find these individuals in county jail systems or community re-entry systems.