Case managers are at the center of every social services program.
Case managers work together with clients, their families, and a wide range of community resources. They work with individuals and their families as appropriate to identify meaningful and attainable goals, then connect with services and community resources that can maximize success.
Independence Association provides case management services to adults and children, as well as youth in transition from children's to adult services.
Adult Case Management
Independence Association comprehensive case management services for adults with intellectual disabilities and autism start with Person Centered Plans based on the individual strengths, needs and desires of the individual. We coordinate necessary services, advocate, refer and monitor services through home, program and community visits . We strive to develop a system of natural supports to help people achieve and maintain independence. Where desired, we provide Representative Payee Services.
Call 207-725-4371 and ask for the Program Manager for Adult Case Management.
Children's Case Management
Call 207-725-4371 and ask for the Program Manager of the Children’s Case Management program. Children’s Case Management Program of Independence Association offers caring, compassionate support to children ages 3-20 who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability, autism or behavioral health needs. We serve Cumberland, Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Androscoggin and Kennebec Counties. We generally work with children and families in the home for comfortable, convenient and sensitive service coordination.