On 11/4/15 Ms. Brittany Terry and her daughter Lundyn met with CM for an ILP. CM introduce herself as the client temporary CM assigned to her case. Housing: Client 's exit strategy is to move by 2/18/16. Client must maintain employment and submit pay stubs weekly .Client is expected to comply with savings and have saved enough for one month 's rent and security by 12/18/16, Client is to seek for housing and obtain housing by 1/18/16.Client was reminded she must meet with her Housing Specialist Mr. Brown on a bi-weekly basis, comply with all housing requirements and explore all available housing options.
Social Service: Client must meet bi-weekly with Case Manager for ILP Review appointments. Client was reminded she must call in advance to reschedule her appointment if she is unable to attend. She is currently scheduled to meet every other Wednesday. …show more content…
Benefits: Currently client 's Public Assistance case is active. Client was reminded that she must maintain an active and open Public Assistance case while resides in the shelter systems.
Employment: Client reminded CM that she continues to work as a Home Health Aide at Personal Touch Home Care. Client is expected to maintain employment and provide her paystubs in a weekly basis.
Savings: Client was instructed to adhere to savings plan, she is expected to save at least 50% of her weekly income and submit proof. Client was also recommended to open a bank account and to submit her bank statement as a proof of income.
Medical: Client has no medical appointment to report at this present moment. Client reminded that she needs to submit her physical and to maintain active medical entitlements at all times.
Childcare: Client was reminded her daughter must attend Loyalty Daycare LLC located at 4226 3rd Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 and the telephone number is 718-294-0134.
Room Inspections: Client room continues clean, well maintained, and has no issues passing her room inspection. Client was reminded that she must a clean an uncluttered
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CCIB received a SOC 341 from APS for the following residents: Daniel Hourihan (DOB: 10/03/54), Gerardo Guerrero (DOB: 01/02/95) and Gerald Gaither (DOB: 06/14/59). Per the reporting party, Lee Nln, the provider/Owner Cheryl Oliver has been advertising her independent living facility as a board and care. RP stated that her clients have been paying the board and care rate and the client require medication management. RP stated that in April 2018, client Daniel Hourihan moved to another facility. The rent for Daniel was sent to Ms. Oliver who continued to cash the rent checks for Daniel.
I believe everyone on this email thread was aware of my meeting today with Joe Baldwin, Guardian, of Kathy Rennich to discuss her recent return from inpatient rehabilitation at a local nursing facility and her expressed desire to move to the Hensgen Home. Basically, in February 2017, Kathy fell resulting in a fractured tail bone. She received inpatient rehabilitation at Care Springs for fourteen days and has returned home with PT services. Since her return home, Kathy has refused to participate in ADL’s (which isn’t a change in pattern as she refused prior to the nf stay) and is demanding that she have the opportunity to live at the Hensgen Home. Kathy’s reasoning behind wanting to move the Hengsen Home isn’t exactly clear to the team.
August 14, 2015 FTF with Ms. Cheryl Whited by Caseworker Cheryl Pellette Ms. Whited stated Ms. Bradford and Katie will be living at the residence. She has helped Ms. Bradford on the years. She has noticed Ms. Bradford change of focus. Ms. Whited stated Ms. Bradford is in the process of terminating her parental rights to Skyla and Mia. Ms. Whited stated Ms. Bradford shouldn't be around Mr. Clawson or her other friends which are a bad influence.
Rabb informed HS that Mr. Kennely is employed and earns about $575 a week. Ms. Rabb is currently taking care of child Jermaine. Ms. Rabb is not able to seek for employment at this moment due to childcare issues. Family PA case is pending at the moment, however family is eligible for Food Stamps for the amount of $179. Ms. Rabb informed HS that she has a NYCHA application since 2014.
Ms. Stevens and her child, Tjayda Stevens are receiving preventive services with Harlem Dowling Westside Center for Children and Family Services (HDWC). Ms. Stevens’ case was referred from ACS and accepted thru HDWC on 03/02/2015. The services provided to Ms. Stevens are casework counseling, community advocacy, housing advocacy, and monthly home based visits to ensure stable family functioning and child safety. Ms. Stevens has been receptive to services since the agency obtained case planning responsibility. Administration for Children’s Services recommended the following service plan for Ms. Stevens to complete parenting and anger management class, individual counseling, and domestic violence.
CCIB Intake received a call from Lisa M. Juarez, MSW, CSAI, Department of Children and Family Services (626) 569-6929, (213) 760-2590 cell who had questions regarding referral numbers 0698-6622-2040-4072794 and 1410-9736-5976-4064898 dated 3/23/16. The referrals were not received or processed, however you completed a Case Management Visit on 4/1/16 regarding information contained on the referrals. How would you like me to handle the referrals. I can attach a LIC812 on your LIC809 if you prefer. I don’t believe I need to process a complaint due to your case management visit.
Debra, Thank you for your post. Your description of Seven Counties Services as an organization that aides individuals “who are fighting addictions, abuse, mental illness, and developmental disabilities” is remarkable (Mrock, 2016, para.1). What a wonderful organization. Crutchfield and Grant (2012) stated that “high-impact nonprofits engage in both direct service and advocacy”(p.49). It is clear from your post that Seven Counties Services provide a service to the individuals whom it engages.
Mrs. Navarro asked the CP if the CP can provide her with information about entering the shelter, at which the CP agreed to do so. Mentoring Program: The CP provided Mrs. Navarro with information about SCR and mentoring programs for Tyler to explore. Mrs. Navarro reported that she enrolled Tyler and Sidney for the PAL afterschool program, but Tyler refuses to attend-so, the child’s application is placed on hold, according to Mrs. Navarro. Tyler was questioned as to why he is not going to the after school program and based on the child response, he could not provide a proper answer.
Successful CC =1 CM received a call from Jennifer Wisely (DCP&P worker) for Alexia (youth). CM discussed her concerns with DCP&P. CM was informed that DCP&P met with Ms. Marshall (caregiver) and DCP&P is closing youth’s case before Friday, 3/17/17. DCP&P stated that they were open with the family due to child welfare; DCP&P reported no neglect from family. CM informed DCP&P that CM is unable to reach caregiver and needs to schedule a meeting for this month. DCP&P noted she will contact caregiver and have her call CM regarding this matter.
i.10The sponsor is providing the minor with a safe environment. The placement is located in an apartment complex in Woodbridge, VA. The placement appears to be safe and no visible hazards were observed. The minor is provided her own bed and shares the bedroom with other sisters. The minor did not report any concerns regarding her safety, the placement or the community.
Once Hazel entered the program, she begin working with DHR and Secure Dwellings to develop a plan for her to get her child back. Hazel’s son is now back with her and his youngest brother, a family reunited because of the stability the program afford her. We are currently assisting Hazel and DHR with getting Hazel permanent housing and employment in Birmingham. If everything continues to progress, Hazel will be in her own place by or before the date of this board meeting.
Setting: Hospital Social Service is a small agency specializing in providing services relation to health, home care, and basic needs assistance. The agency employees consist of over 20 staff that has many years of experiences in health care, home care, and basic needs field. Metro Social Services is a free service agency open to the communities near Birchville, California. Identifying Information: Ms. Joan Cassell is a 23-year-old young Caucasian woman who lives at home with her family.
Informing the client about available options regarding her health care, (Army) benefits, Medicare, food stamps, and how she is utilizing community resources. I would encourage that Mrs. Carla Washburn stay in contact with friends and family members to form supports that can assist her. She has very strong family values and spiritual guidance from her traditions. It is recommended that she find a home health provider or companion care resource that helps her with household tasks, transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery stores, and church activities. Have a visiting nurse check in once a week to check how she is doing.
They shared the disposition that the patient should be discharged pending his agreeing to follow up with outpatient services. Patient has agreed to follow up with outpatient services as recommended. The patient 's family member has been contacted and made aware of the plans concerning the patient. Patient contracted for safety, was given outpatient referral information, and completed a crisis plan;.