Case Management

At CCHC we believe case management is a critical piece of the puzzle to properly support and ensure success for those experiencing homelessness. Homeless case management refers to a structured and client-centered approach aimed at assisting individuals or families experiencing homelessness. The primary goal of homeless case management is to provide support, guidance, and resources to help homeless individuals or families transition out of homelessness and achieve stable housing and self-sufficiency. This process typically involves several key components:

Overall, homeless case management is a holistic and client-driven approach that seeks to address not only the immediate housing crisis but also the underlying issues contributing to homelessness. It aims to support individuals and families in their journey toward stable housing, improved well-being, and self-sufficiency.