Adult Health Homes/Care Coordination and
Children's Case Management



Children's Intensive Case Management Program

Services are provided by trained mental health professionals, each possessing the credentials of an Intensive Case Manager (ICM). Services are tailored to individual children needs rather than imposing a single model of service intensity. The Children ICM Program is designed to provide an intensive level of service to children with SEDs who have not successfully engaged in community-based mental health services. The Program has a client capacity of 132. The clinical staff is composed of 11 ICM, a Clinical Supervisor, and a Program Director who is responsible for the overall programmatic and administrative running of the Case Management Programs. Children are seen in the community (e.g. in their residential setting, at their treatment program, etc.). The ICM coordinates and assists in making appropriate referrals for essential services, and monitors the overall delivery of services. It is required that the program processes all requests for client discharge and/or transfers/change of status through the Single Point of Access (SPOA). Positive outcomes expected are reduction in length and frequency of hospitalization and reliance on emergency psychiatric services, increasing engagement in appropriate community based mental health services, improve residential placement and social stability.

For more information:
Barbara Bonhomme, Program Director
Children’s Intensive Case Mgmt
28 Debevoise St 5th fl
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Tel:718-596-1320
Fax: 718-596-1250


Adolescent Supportive Case Management Program

Adolescent Supportive Case Management: Services are provided by experienced mental health workers, each possessing the credentials of a Supportive Case Manager (SCM). Services are tailored to individual recipient needs rather than imposing a single model of service intensity. The Adolescent Supportive Case Management program is designed to coordinate services for SEDs who require some minimal level of support in successfully engaging in community-based mental health services and maintaining independent community living. The Program has a client capacity of 80. Clinical staff is composed of 4 SCM, a Clinical Supervisor and a Program Director who is responsible for the over all programmatic and administrative running of the Case Management Programs. Recipients are seen in the community (e.g. in their residential setting, at their treatment program, etc.).

The SCM coordinates and assists in making appropriate referrals for essential services, and monitors the overall delivery of services. It is required that the program processes all requests for client discharge and/or transfers/change of status through the Single Point of Access (SPOA). Positive outcomes expected are reduction in length and frequency of hospitalization and reliance on emergency psychiatric services, increasing engagement in appropriate community based mental health services, improve residential placement and social stability.

For more information:
Barbara Bonhomme, Director
Children’s Intensive Case Mgmt
28 Debevoise St 5th fl
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Tel:718-596-1320
Fax: 718-596-1250



Adult Health Homes/Care Coordination Program

Adult Care Coordination: Services are provided by trained mental health professionals, each possessing the credentials of an Intensive Case Manager (ICM) and Supportive Case Manager (SCM). Services are tailored to individual recipient needs rather than imposing a single model of service intensity. The Adult ICM/SCM Program is designed to provide case management services to people with SPMI who have not successfully engaged in community-based mental health services. Program has the client capacity of 120 SCM and 48 ICM. Clinical staff is composed of 4 ICMs and 6 SCMs, 1 Clinical Supervisor and a Program Director who is responsible for the overall programmatic and administrative running of Case Management Programs. Recipients are seen in the community (e.g. in their residential setting, at their treatment program, etc.). The ICM and SCM coordinate and assist in making appropriate referrals for essential services, and monitor the overall delivery of services. It is required that the program processes all requests for client discharge and/or transfers/change of status through the Single Point of Access (SPOA). Positive outcomes expected are reduction in length and frequency of hospitalization and reliance on emergency psychiatric services, increasing engagement in appropriate community based mental health services, improve residential placement and social stability.

For more information:
Lynsey Tucker, Program Director
Health Homes/Care Coordination
145 W 15th Street
New York, NY 10011
Tel:212-229-6976
Fax: 212-414-7827