Office(419) 281-3716  Hours: M, W, F 7a-5p; T & Th: 7a-8p (limited services)-Please call ahead
24 Hour Crisis: (419) 289-6111   Crisis Text Line: Text 4HOPE to 741741
Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence: (419) 289-8085

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center recognizes national case management week Oct. 10 to 16

National Case Management Week is Oct. 10 to 16. This week is an opportunity to recognize the dedication, compassion and quality of client care outcomes achieved by case managers across the health care continuum. The benefits of receiving case management are numerous including, but not limited to, individualized needs assessments, care coordination, client education, problem-solving skills, case monitoring, resource linkage and management, advocacy, and discharge planning.

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center has more than 15 case management professionals working every day to educate and advocate for their clients. In 2020, the organization’s caring case managers provided services to over 2,500 individuals through its adult, family, and youth mental health services as well as through its Supported Employment, Co-Occurring Disorder (mental health/substance misuse), Housing, and Rape Crisis Domestic Violence Safe Haven programs.

The significant contributions of case managers impact the agency’s ability to provide the best client care possible, positively affecting the client experience while promoting evidence-based practices and cost-effective outcomes.

About Appleseed Community Mental Health Center

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center walks with families and individuals on their journey to live healthy, whole, and productive lives by offering comprehensive and integrated behavioral health, housing, outreach and prevention, substance use disorder, and victim services. Appleseed provides high quality, evidence-based, affordable, and outcome-driven services to help people improve their lives and develop necessary skills to live, learn, and work successfully in our community.

Services include:

• 24-Hour Crisis Hotline and Crisis Services

• Adult, Family, and Youth Counseling

• Adult, Family, and Youth Case Management

• Co-Occurring Disorder Services

• Medication Management Services

• Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Safe Haven

• Suicide Prevention Education

• Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

• Group Support

• School Liaisons

• Housing Programs

• Supported Employment

• Kindergarten Readiness Program (SPARK)

• Equine Therapy

• Telehealth/Remote Services

• “Wellness Partnership” Employee Assistance Program

• Community Outreach, Prevention, and Education

Help is available 24 hours a day/7 days a week at Appleseed’s 24-hour crisis hotline 419-289-6111 or through the national text line by texting 4HOPE to 741741. For more information, visit www.AppleseedMentalHealth.com or call 419-281-3716 (office).

To follow Appleseed’s events, education, and news on social media, “like” us at https://www.facebook.com/AppleseedCommunityMentalHealthCenter/.

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