Targeted Case Management
Parent-Child Center's Targeted Case Management (TCM) Program offers case management services throughout Palm Beach County, including Belle Glade and Pahokee. Services focus on assisting families in becoming self-sufficient and successful.
Children's Targeted Case Management Services include:
Linking and Referring families to community resources;
Prevention of out of home placement;
Advocacy in legal & academic settings; and
Case Management services are available to children and adolescents ages 0-17 who are experiencing significant emotional difficulties. Our primary goal is to link, advocate, coordinate, and monitor services that will benefit the child’s mental health. Our Case Managers work with children and their families in the home, school, and community to develop strength based individualized service plans designed to meet their physical, safety, and social-emotional needs. They work to empower children and families by enhancing access to community resources and ensuring families are able to utilize these resources. Our Case Managers also coordinate access to services, monitor service delivery, advocate for client and family needs, and evaluate service outcomes. The program focuses primarily on are the prevention of out-of-home placement, helping children and adolescents transition smoothly into less restrictive levels of care, and stabilization of the family impacted by mental health issues..
Targeted Case Management services ensure that children and their families are 'wrapped' in community resources that increase their chances of life success. Through an individualized care model, we work in collaboration with the child, his or her family and other child-serving systems to develop a plan specifically designed for each family. Service plans are designed to address the unique needs and strengths of each family, and are provided within the least restrictive, most normal environment possible.
No person is denied access to services on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. In the event we are unable to meet a special need of a child, an appropriate referral will be made.