SOC 6601 Case Management Interventions and Strategies

Professionals working in community service fields are often called upon to carry case loads and utilize collaborative skills with other agencies in the community to help clients establish self-empowerment.  Case Management is a comprehensive job that includes understanding client vulnerabilities and societal attitudes, interviewing and assessment skills as well as having connections to other agencies in the community that can help the client reach their goals. This course will give students the information they need to perform these tasks including; understanding vulnerable client population, interviewing skills, performing intake assessments and bio psychosocial assessments, documentation and note taking, establishing goals and identifying community resources to create treatment plans.