Family Case Manager

Top Family Case Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Family Case Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Family Case Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.4% of Family Case Manager resumes contained Child Abuse as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Family Case Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Family Case Manager resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Accepted on-call responsibility (includes weekends and holidays) periodically to receive and investigate allegations of child abuse/neglect.
  • Evaluate and recommend appropriate actions necessary to resolve family emotional and/or physical stress situations, which cause child abuse or neglect.
  • Address legal issues, such as child abuse and discipline, assisting with hearings and providing testimony to inform custody arrangements.
  • Assess and process allegations of child abuse and neglect in accordance with county and state regulations.
  • Conducted investigations of reports of child abuse and/or neglect with a caseload of 13-28 assessments.
  • Home visits to ensure any child entering program isn't experiencing child abuse or neglect.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse to include; interviewing the victim, witnesses and perpetrators.
  • Received verbal, written, and electronic allegation reports of child abuse and neglect.
  • Work with children and families who have been substantiated for child abuse or neglect.
  • Initiate and assess child abuse/neglect reports received by Department of Child Services.
  • Investigate and assess suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.
  • Managed 20 to 30 cases of child abuse and neglect.
  • Investigate reported incidents of child abuse, neglect or dependency.
  • Case manager is responsible to fill out Child Abuse Reports.
  • Investigated 10-20 complaints of child abuse and neglect per month.
  • Investigate and assess reports of child abuse and neglect.
  • Investigate reported incidents of child abuse and/or neglect.
  • Investigate and report incidents of child abuse.
  • Investigated allegations of child abuse and neglect.
  • Manage substantiated child abuse cases.

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2. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Represented agency and supported client/families during probationary court hearings and social services proceedings.
  • Attend court hearings with youth to assess further needs based upon outcome of the proceedings.
  • Attended scheduled court hearings with families to advocate for the child's safety.
  • Attended numerous court hearings as representative for both clients and expert witness.
  • Attended court hearings of rental disputes of clients, as an observer.
  • Develop court reports, and attend court hearings pertaining to families/clients.
  • Testify at scheduled Court hearings on behalf of children and families.
  • Attend court hearings, and work closely with collateral agencies.
  • Prepare and provide court reports and attend to court hearings.
  • Attend court hearings, case reviews, staffing and meetings.
  • Transport clients to court hearings and release staff meetings.
  • Complete court documents daily and participate in court hearings.
  • Attended court hearings as needed as advocate for family.
  • Testified and presented in court hearings.
  • Attended court hearings and provided testimony.
  • Testify in court hearings as requested.
  • Attend and participated in court hearings
  • Attended court hearings, I.E.P.
  • Transported clients to Court hearings for mental health Assessments and evaluations based on Case Manager reports.
  • Attend court hearings, prepare and file all court documents within required timeframes.

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3. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Connect families to community resources, provide support and community based intervention for adolescents and families.
  • Linked families to community resources including financial and substance abuse resources.
  • Identified community resources and compiled a resource directory.
  • Refer clients to community resources and other organizations.
  • Refer client and/or family members to community resources for housing, food assistance, medical treatment and additional mental health services.
  • Collaborate with staff and community resources to meet family's needs and concerns and provide bilingual/interpretation services as needed.
  • Support families in assessing other community resources such as helping families to use the Medicaid and SSI program.
  • Assist families with accessing community resources, which includes, reviewing and researching resources, building community partnerships.
  • Assist families with linking to available and appropriate community resources to meet the needs of the family.
  • Coordinated the use of community resources to assist families in meeting their concrete needs.
  • Coordinate, make referrals and arrange for appropriate community resources when needed.
  • Maintained and coordinated all family meetings, service, and community resources.
  • Researched, evaluated, and connected clients to community resources.
  • Locate, refer and utilize appropriate community resources for clients.
  • Educate clients on relevant and available community resources.
  • Connect families with needed and available community resources.
  • Connected families with community resources facing their barriers.
  • Offered valuable knowledge of community resources.
  • Advised patients on community resources, made referrals and devised realistic treatment plans.
  • Work w/ Community resources 20.

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4. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Provided crisis intervention and coordination services with other health, behavioral and medical providers.
  • Attended crisis intervention and case management training seminars to remain current with therapeutic techniques
  • Provided temporary crisis intervention and made referrals to therapists as needed.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling and crisis intervention.
  • Provided employment, budget counseling and crisis intervention.
  • Delivered crisis intervention services following critical incidents.
  • Recruited and evaluated families for Head Start program, provided crisis intervention services and emergency assistance to head start families.
  • Maintained State and County regulations regarding the provision of intensive family therapy, wrap around services and crisis intervention.
  • Provide home-based family services, including crisis intervention, counseling, skill building, concrete services, and advocacy.
  • Utilize Safe Care curriculum for families with children under 12 as well as client-centered approach for crisis intervention.
  • Provided in home case management, crisis intervention, counseling, and Child and Family meetings.
  • Counseled clients on self-sufficiency, performed crisis intervention, and dealt with social service participants.
  • Assist members in accessing services and provide supportive counseling and crisis intervention as needed.
  • Provided crisis intervention, assessment, counseling, case management, and advocacy.
  • Provide crisis intervention and conflict resolution to families and children.
  • Provide crisis intervention to families facing a housing crisis.
  • Established treatment plans and crisis interventions for clients.
  • Provide crisis intervention, as needed.
  • Provided on call crisis intervention.
  • Conducted support and crisis intervention as needed with individuals, families, and groups.

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5. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Developed comprehensive treatment plans for parents/individuals indicated for physical abuse/neglect towards a child.
  • Developed and implement individualized treatment plans addressing family relationship problems.
  • Purported comprehensive assessments, treatment plans and ongoing interventions at a level of intensity customized to meet the families' needs.
  • Conduct safety and risk assessments based on observation and interview to assist in the development of treatment plans and action steps.
  • Conducted Intake procedures with parents to assess families' needs and outline treatment plans that will benefit them.
  • Work as part of a treatment team to implement treatment plans and ensure continuity of services.
  • Developed treatment plans with clients, their families, school administrators and other health providers.
  • Assessed the needs of consumers and implemented treatment plans to decrease barriers to success.
  • Administered assessments and developed treatment plans for families at risk of child removal.
  • Planned and implemented treatment plans for families within the Family Base Therapy program.
  • Assessed the needs of children/families to develop treatment plans based on family history/interviews.
  • Conducted various risk and behavioral assessments to formulate treatment plans for families.
  • Developed goal oriented, strength based treatment plans for families.
  • Modify treatment plans according to changes in client status.
  • Prepared clients' treatment plans and bio/psycho/social assessments.
  • Engaged clients and assisted them in treatment plans.
  • Monitor treatment plans and ordered services.
  • Review of psychosocial assessments, psycho-educational evaluations, and treatment plans.
  • Completed required documentation, including progress notes, treatment plans and reviews in a timely manner.
  • Assessed family situations via home/school visits Created treatment plans with families Communicated with DCF/family court officials regarding reports and progress.

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6. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Evaluated effectiveness of mental health services.
  • Continue to follow up every 30 days with continuity of care for each client/family receiving medical and mental health services.
  • Referred families to appropriate community services, mental health services, and other resources based on assessment of needs.
  • Coordinate mental health services with partnering agencies to enhance positive living environment and meet client mental health needs.
  • Provide trauma-informed mental health services to 30-40 clients and their families.
  • Conducted walk-in screenings for clients requesting mental health services.
  • Provide support and referrals for mental health services.
  • Conducted site visits to monitor multi-level mental health services in North Carolina and South Carolina; audited documentation.
  • Case Management and mental health services for severely emotionallydisturbed children and the family/caregivers that support them.

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7. Service Plans

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Here's how Service Plans is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Develop family service plans based on family strengths, provided intensive family case management, participate in interdisciplinary treatment team meetings.
  • Conducted safety and social assessments to develop appropriate service plans to address family needs accordingly.
  • Allocated responsibilities for implementation and monitoring of service plans among separate or joint community agencies.
  • Developed service plans for each individual-family combination, complete with parameters and targets.
  • Developed individualized person centered service plans, and develop service network.
  • Developed well-written, comprehensive case notes and service plans regarding client s needs and goals in care at home waiver program.
  • Develop and review service plans in consultation with clients, and perform follow-ups assessing the quantity and quality of services provided.
  • Developed individual service plans, determined proper interventions for clients to meet goals and completed progress notes as assigned.
  • Monitored service plans for compliance, made recommendations on services needed by family with a focus on family preservation.
  • Assisted in developing service plans and performed follow-ups for 4 families of which were met with 1x per week.
  • Engage each family in creating training and/or service plans that reflects and prioritize the goals of the family.
  • Develop service plans and stay involved with client for a minimum of 90 days
  • Facilitate case conference meetings, and coordinate family service plans with partner agencies.
  • Completed intakes, assessments and service plans and budget.
  • Conducted intakes, assessments, and treatment service plans.
  • Develop and Plan service plans for enrolled members.
  • Establish service plans, goals, and objectives.
  • Implemented and monitored Individual Service Plans for clients.
  • Work as a case manager developing comprehensive service plans for children and families in underserved areas.
  • Assess client needs and develop service plans, with achievable goals and appropriate timeframes.

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8. Juvenile Offenders

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Here's how Juvenile Offenders is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Attended court for Juvenile offenders and made recommendations for sentencing, detention or deterrence programs.
  • program for juvenile offenders Obtained program funding for special needs children

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9. Permanency

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Here's how Permanency is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Assist family/caregivers as needed to ensure placement stability, permanency, medical coverage and other needed services for children.
  • Based upon ongoing safety/risk assessments and observation/documentation of behavioral changes recommend permanency decisions for court consideration.
  • Developed case plans to assist youth with reunification or alternative permanency plans.
  • Facilitated monthly meetings geared toward solidifying each child's permanency plan.
  • Provided services to address barriers to reunification or permanency.
  • Formulated permanency goals for assigned children and families.
  • Engaged with clients and families to obtain discharge and permanency goals during family sessions in the family's home.
  • Provide case management to ensure the safety, stability, well-being, and permanency for children and their families.
  • Ensured the safety, stability, well-being, and permanency of up to 42 children at one time.
  • Facilitate Child and Family Team Meetings to ensure safety, stability, and permanency of the child.
  • Work with families to help them achieve safety, stability, permanency and well-being for their children.
  • Provided protective, preventative and reunification services to adults and children, in order to promote permanency.
  • Expedite permanency while ensuring safety and well-being measures are satisfied for all children assigned to unit caseload.
  • Mentor staff as to their approach in achieving permanency, safety, and well-being of children.
  • Developed and initiated permanency plans for the child and family within time constraints.
  • Work with families to ensure permanency for clients.
  • Experience in assessment and permanency.
  • Established permanency plans for children.
  • Conduct visits with children, parents and/or caregivers that include the on-going assessment of child safety, permanency and well-being.
  • Monitored the safety, well-being, and permanency of children Organized and managed 30+ case load with 60 children.

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10. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Collaborate & consults with therapists, social workers, teachers, psychiatrists, DSS workers, etc.
  • Follow up with teachers, social workers, and parents on client's progress.
  • Collaborated with County Social Workers from the Department of Children and Family Services.
  • Completed state mandated training for social workers in child protective services setting's.
  • Confer with involved guidance counselors, teachers, social workers, etc.

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11. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Maintained a professional relationship with local law enforcement and other community agencies.
  • Correspond with medical professionals and law enforcement professionals regarding case status.
  • Build relationships with law enforcement agencies, therapists, court personnel, and representatives from various other community agencies and organizations.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement, schools, medical personnel, and mental health agencies, the Court and children providers.
  • Engage in professional phone interviews with social service agencies and local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Attend staffing meetings within the department and with outside providers, law enforcement, school faculty, etc.
  • Worked with the Court system, law enforcement, social service agencies, schools and more.
  • Collaborated with clinical team, court, law enforcement and community workers to prevent recidivism.
  • Collaborate with law enforcement, medical teams, social service agencies, and law professionals.
  • Collaborated with hospital personnel, law enforcement, and additional case managers to support cases.
  • Provided written reports to law enforcement and, if appropriate, recommend filing criminal charges.
  • Assist law enforcement and hospital's personnel with complete report of child abuse/or neglect.
  • Provided weekly reports to all agencies, schools, and law enforcement involved.
  • Investigate fraud and refer to Law Enforcement Agencies if suspected.
  • Worked with law enforcement agencies.
  • Collaborate with multi-agencies including law enforcement, medical professionals, CASA volunteers, and mental health representatives.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse and neglect Partnered with Law Enforcement in related investigations.
  • Provide technical assistance to parents and law enforcement agencies Initiate contact with guardians and law enforcement on missing children cases.
  • Serve as a as liaison to social service agencies, schools, local law enforcement agencies, and attorneys.
  • Interfaced with various community entities, including courts, law enforcement, hospitals, service providers and others.

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12. Support Services

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Here's how Support Services is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Work with community based support services to develop programming needed by program participants for constructive interaction and successful adjustment to reintegration.
  • Served as clinical liaison; presented outstanding service by executing case management and family support services.
  • Provided mental health community support services to youth with emotional and behavioral illnesses.
  • Conduct orientation sessions for new participants enrolled in Family Support Services.
  • Provided emergency basic support to needy families, linking resources and other support services within a family local community.
  • Make periodic home visits to develop relationships, follow up on attendance, and provide necessary support services.
  • Provided training, support services, resources and crisis management to Autism Waiver recipients and their families.
  • Explained voluntary program and identified individuals likely to qualify for and need health & social support services.
  • Case management; provide support services to families in order to assist them in preventing homelessness.
  • Assist parents and enroll school aged and early learning students in the family support services program.
  • Provide numerous support services and innovative programs to help families that are in need of assistance.
  • Provide support services for individuals and families to enable them to meet their treatment goals.
  • Conducted intervention and advocacy for housing, TANF/LINK, and other support services as needed.
  • Address client behaviors and provides family support services and linkage to community resources.
  • Provided extensive case management services; made referrals for families through support services.
  • Maintained a referral and networking system of partner agencies for support services.
  • Provided support services and crisis management for clients.
  • Provided support services funds for work-seeking clients.
  • Provide a variety of support services to individuals and families who are homeless, near-homeless, and/or in crisis.
  • Case planning and intervening Crisis Intervention for at-risk populations Provided counseling and support services to parents and children.

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13. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated long-term self-help, transportation, substance abuse education and treatment, educational and employment counseling/training, etc.
  • Facilitated women's psycho-education group for intensive substance abuse program.
  • Provided intensive case management to 10 families in a transitional housing program with a concentration on substance abuse and housing stability.
  • Provide Case management, counseling, financial planning and substance abuse treatment to homeless families in a therapeutic setting.
  • Provided referrals to community resources, housing alternatives, vocational services, mental health and substance abuse resources.
  • Provided case management services to at-risk families affected by homelessness, substance abuse, and mental health illness.
  • Coordinated substance abuse treatment for clients who was referred to the agency due to history of substance abuse.
  • Explained available housing, domestic violence, employment, education and substance abuse treatment resources to clients.
  • Advocated with local service providers to facilitate treatment for Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, etc.
  • Maintain a caseload for 19 families and children with both mental health and substance abuse issues.
  • Work closely with clients with a wide variety of mental health diagnosis and substance abuse issues.
  • Referred clients to Spectrum Programs and outside agencies for substance abuse and mental health evaluations.
  • Case management services for adults referred to substance abuse, domestic violence and/or parenting classes.
  • Connected clients with appropriate substance abuse and mental health treatment services.
  • Managed cases involving family violence, substance abuse, work/life issues.
  • Provided substance abuse counseling for teenagers who were court ordered.
  • Assessed substance abuse issues and other case needs.
  • Make referrals for placement in substance abuse treatment.
  • Be proficient in identifying the signs of domestic violence, substance abuse, and sexual and physical abuse.
  • Developed in-service trainings on issues surrounding domestic violence, child abuse, and substance abuse.

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14. Needs Assessment

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Here's how Needs Assessment is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Completed qualitative and comprehensive strengths, risks and needs assessments utilizing evidence-based practices and decision tools on each family every month.
  • Interview, assess/conduct needs assessments & establish plans, enabling participants to become self-sufficient/independent of Federal assistance.
  • Prepared and documented individual needs assessments and maintain accurate case files.
  • Conducted needs assessments, wrote individual service plans (ISP), progress notes, and quarterly reviews.
  • Conducted needs assessments of clients while providing outreach, and supportive services for low income families.
  • Served as the lead case manager responsible for referrals, intakes and needs assessments.
  • Conducted needs assessment through collaborative process with families, support system and providers.
  • Provided developmental screenings, Edinburgh screenings, health/safety education, and needs assessments.
  • Conduct thorough needs assessment and develops a service plan to address identified needs.
  • Conducted home visits to families to complete needs assessment and service plans.
  • Determined treatment plans for children and families based on needs assessments.
  • Complete Safety, Risks and Needs Assessments on families.
  • Conducted needs assessments for families with young children.
  • Complete a safety, risk and needs assessment.
  • Conducted client needs assessments to develop recovery plan.
  • Administered health and needs assessments.
  • Complete needs assessment using matrix.
  • Conduct comprehensive needs assessment for individuals and families affected by Hurricane Katrina and Rita.
  • Conduct family needs assessments and working with parents to set family/personal goals and making collaborative plans to obtain those goals.
  • Certified in facilitation of Child and Family Team meetings, Child and Adolescent Needs Assessment, and Permanency Roundtable presentations.

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15. Appropriate Referrals

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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Provided appropriate referrals for outpatient therapy, resource coordination, drug and alcohol counseling and intensive case management services.
  • Provided appropriate referrals and linkages to community partnerships and resources.
  • Make appropriate referrals to identified needed services.
  • Make appropriate referrals to community resources.
  • Assess the client's level of functioning and identify physical/mental health issues and/or alcohol/substance abuse to make appropriate referrals.
  • Assist families to identify community services, make appropriate referrals, and follow up with families on results.
  • Maintain case files with appropriate referrals for community services, court proceedings, reports, and contacts.
  • Assess client's eligibility and make appropriate referrals for on-site civil legal and social service agencies.
  • Provide necessary and appropriate referrals to families for services that are not offered through CAC.
  • Make appropriate referrals for services (social, medical, mental health, etc.)
  • Provided case management for children and adults with mental health conditions and made appropriate referrals.
  • Assessed clients and children for appropriate level of care and made appropriate referrals.
  • Assisted mental health patients with appropriate referrals and material needed.
  • Provide appropriate referrals for individuals not eligible for SSVF services.
  • Make appropriate referrals for services as needed.
  • Provide input and appropriate referrals to families.
  • Make appropriate referrals for clients.

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16. Family Law

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Here's how Family Law is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Conduct informational meetings and training regarding applicable Family Law and Domestic Violence statutes and legal procedures.
  • Provided peripheral assistance to Foreclosure Department as needed for clients specific to Family Law Department.
  • Track and provide case statistics for administrative judges weekly, keep informed of statutes related to civil law and family law.
  • Drafted family law pleadings such as Response to Family Law Interrogatories and prepared documents for Notices to Produce.
  • Work closely with family law judges, administrative judge, and magistrates.
  • Request and organize all medical bills and special expenses for settlement proposals Assistance with uncontested family law cases

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17. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Reviewed and processed applications for Food Stamps and Medicaid using appropriate criteria and policies consistently and according to established county/state guidelines.
  • Prepared and assisted International applicants in completion of routine intake forms and answered questions regarding Food Stamp and Medicaid benefits.
  • Participated in training programs regularly on new policies and regulations regarding Medicaid and eligibility.
  • Communicated with providers and performed data entry and billing to Medicaid.
  • Coordinated and performed eligibility determinations for Medicaid and SNAP benefits.
  • Review and process Ohio Medicaid applications to determine eligibility
  • Requested and monitored Medicaid spending.
  • Possess knowledge of medical records, HIPPA regulations, Medicare and Medicaid policies, and governmental assistance programs.
  • Complete annual Medicaid/T-19 application with all members to ensure enrollment in My Choice Family Care program.
  • Acted as a liaison and facilitator between consumer/family and Medicaid, school, providers and professionals.
  • Managed 200+ caseload consisting of Food Stamp, Medicaid, TANF, and Childcare Cases.
  • Acted as a liaison between community resources and medicaid recipient families in Kane County.
  • Determined the eligibility of families applying for food stamps and/or Medicaid.
  • Completed application processes for Medicaid, TBI and Family Support Waivers/BDDS/DDARS.
  • Managed high volume caseloads of active Medicaid clients.
  • Assisted with Medicaid filings and claims.
  • Process Medicaid/Medicare, LACHIP Application.
  • Assisted Members as needed with their annual Medicaid recertification.
  • Promoted to the Medicaid unit; responsible for determining eligibility and reviewing on-going cases of families awarded GA Medicaid.
  • Complete member recertification for Medicare, Medicaid and Food Share.

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18. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Facilitated support groups such as domestic violence awareness and aftercare.
  • General Case Management of Domestic Violence
  • Facilitated and developed social group for families and children with history of domestic violence, substance usage and/or parenting concern.
  • Gathered information relating to neglect, child abuse, sexual abuse, drug abuse, domestic violence and criminal history.
  • Provided case management to more than 100 domestic violence victims and their children through this crisis residential shelter.
  • Established ongoing relationships and gave support to homeless women and children that are survivors of domestic violence.
  • Assisted survivors of Domestic Violence with daily living skills to adapt ion a new safe environment.
  • Worked with outpatient Family housing clients to prevent homelessness, and instructor of domestic violence.
  • Supervised, scheduled, and trained 80 Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Volunteer Advocates.
  • Case managed families at risk of abuse/neglect deemed of domestic violence issues by DCF.
  • Provide resources regarding mental health, addiction, domestic violence, and drug abuse.
  • Provide crisis intervention services to victims of Domestic Violence and child abuse.
  • Work with young women exposed to domestic violence.
  • Experienced in working with domestic violence victims.
  • Assisted families with issues of mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse in a effort to work towards self-sufficiency.
  • Case manage pregnant/parenting teens at risk for repeated pregnancy, domestic violence, drug use, and gang involvement.
  • Facilitated and assisted in trainings such as: conflict resolution, diversity, domestic violence and cultural competency.
  • Provided trainings on domestic violence, cultural competency, and human trafficking for staff members.
  • Provided individual and family treatment to victims of domestic violence along with childrens treatment services.
  • Responded to family emergencies such as domestic violence, suicideattempt, and drug use.

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19. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Supported program participants in their treatment/employment efforts, arranging transportation and child care as appropriate.
  • Provided resources in parenting skills, counseling and community resources & referrals to families and child care providers.
  • Performed within contract time limits all documents processed activities associated with the IDHS subsidized child care program.
  • Managed and maintained family caseloads accounts of 170 children while keeping current on child care regulations.
  • Assessed children s developmental progress, evaluated child care homes, and provided enrichment for children.
  • Determined eligibility for child care assistance, in accordance with the state and agency regulations.
  • Develop and Coordinate Child Care program and curriculum.
  • Provided child care services for low-income families.
  • Direct and supervise Child Care Aides.
  • Recommend foster families and child care homes for licensure and assist in the development of foster home recruitment.
  • Provided services to all children and families and ensured compliance to all legislations and child care policy.
  • provide case management services to clients who are eligible for assistance through the child care services.
  • Provide ongoing support to over 100 child care providers Technical assistance and training Complete monthly claim to send to dept.

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20. Treatment Options

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Here's how Treatment Options is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Perform needs assessments to determine treatment options consistently following policies and procedures.
  • Performed home studies/family histories/needs assessments to determine treatment options.
  • Perform Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) inventory to determine treatment options for children and families.
  • Performed needs assessments to determine treatment options for families and children as well as monitored compliance and progress.
  • Performed needs assessments to determine treatment options for families and children.
  • Determine treatment options through family engagement in team meetings.
  • Help patients understand their conditions and treatment options.
  • Facilitate education of consumer and/or involved collaterals to psychiatric diagnosis and appropriate treatment options.

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21. Additional Injury

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Here's how Additional Injury is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Assess level of risk to the child for additional injury or harm, including whether the child is in imminent danger.
  • Assess level of risk to the child for additional injury or harm.
  • Assess the level of risk to the child for additional injury or harm.Testify in Juvenile or Criminal court.

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22. Imminent Danger

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Here's how Imminent Danger is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Assess safety and level of risk to children for further injury, harm, imminent danger, and potential placement.
  • Assessed the safety of children and for risk of abuse, neglect as well as imminent danger.
  • Assess level of risk to the child determining whether the child is in imminent danger.
  • Coordinate involvement with Law Enforcement Agencies for allegations of imminent danger and sexual abuse.
  • Assess for the level or rick and imminent danger for children.

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23. Independent Living Efforts

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24. DCS

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Here's how DCS is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Determined whether reported information meets criteria for DCS investigation or should be referred to the appropriate agency/jurisdiction.
  • Completed the Mental Health and Developmental Disorder Family Evaluation Specialization Initiative through IDCS.
  • Completed a wide variety of documentation to ensure the compliance of DCS policies, federal regulations, and comprehensive case files.
  • Completed MSW consults with other case managers that were removing children into DCS custody to assess how trauma could be reduced.
  • Write court documents on behalf of families and DCS in order to inform the court about progress of individuals and cases.
  • Answer questions related to the role and function of DCS and child welfare laws, policies, procedures, and practices.
  • Managed and testified case competently, accurately in court, and represent IDCS position in court matters.
  • Evaluated service proposals that were submitted to DCS as part of the service provider contracting process.
  • Assess allegations of abuse and neglect involving child fatalities, DCS employees, and sexual abuse.
  • Acted as a liaison between DCS, other agencies, service providers, and the Court.
  • Submitted referrals to aide families with safety concerns involving DCS involvement.
  • Provided direction and assistance to children and parents involved with DCS.
  • Provided services from DCS referrals and maintained monthly and daily paperwork.
  • Manage DCS cases to ensure completion of the case plan.
  • Maintain knowledge of DCS policy.
  • Provide supervision for DCS families.
  • Documented case information in DCS's information system Assisted families with accessing local resources.
  • Trained new employees in best practice and policy of DCS.
  • Collaborated with Department of Child Safety DCS), CIA and CCS to schedule cliental intake and assessment appointments.
  • Investigated reported incidents of child abuse and neglect Provided case management services to on-going cases with DCS

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25. Monthly Reports

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Here's how Monthly Reports is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Maintained statistical information for monthly reports.
  • Prepared documentation records and monthly reports.
  • Prepared monthly reports obtained through family contacts, services, and screenings as outlined in the Team Manual from parent advocates.
  • Produce weekly and monthly reports, daily documentation (case notes), done in files.
  • Provide monthly reports on workshops and training, which identify parental involvement success rate.
  • Assisted program supervisors with collecting monthly reports, training and coaching new hires.
  • Document success in SAMIS and report all quarterly and monthly reports to supervisor.
  • Prepare and submit daily and monthly reports to the county court.
  • Constructed monthly reports and court documents in county court proceedings.
  • Compile monthly reports and updates on each families.
  • Compose monthly reports and case notes for families.
  • Completed monthly reports and update information on HMIS.
  • Maintained accurate monthly reports and client records.
  • Document notes daily and written monthly reports.
  • Generate weekly and monthly reports.
  • Compiled and submitted monthly reports.
  • Completed weekly and monthly reports.
  • Conducted parenting Completed monthly reports and referrals.
  • Submit accurate and timely Weekly/ Monthly Reports to the Supervisory Case Manager or designee.
  • Provided counseling to parents Administered drug screens Completed monthly reports VOLUNTEER A Better Way Services, Muncie, IN

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26. Safety Plans

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Here's how Safety Plans is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Assist parents in developing safety plans while utilizing the strengths-based, family-centered practice model.
  • Developed treatment safety plans/family assessments and Court documentation.
  • Ensured safety for children by conducting home inspections, developing safety plans, and conducting risk assessments as needed.
  • Created and implemented therapeutic and basic individual treatment plans, safety plans, and monthly summaries.
  • Designed Individual Service Plans, Safety Plans, and Updated Service Plans for each client family.
  • Developed safety plans, case plans, and briefing reports for each case as needed.
  • Develop and implement services, case plan and safety plans for sustainable case closure.
  • Establish Goals and safety plans for families and monitor engagement during weekly home visits.
  • Created safety plans to ensure the safety of children during an active investigation.
  • Conduct Child and Family Team Meetings to establish Safety Plans with families.
  • Created safety plans and behavioral plans for students and diffused crisis situations.
  • Completed court reports as well as case plans and safety plans.
  • Make safety plans with families in order to prevent future abuse/neglect.
  • Conduct safety plans and facilitate child and family team meetings.
  • Assist in developing behavior and safety plans for individuals.
  • Create Family Safety Plans, as needed.
  • Created safety plans with children and families.
  • Develop safety plans and visitation plans.
  • Develop and implement safety plans.
  • Initiate safety plans for families.

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27. Family Reunification

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Here's how Family Reunification is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Provided education, advocacy, transportation, and referrals to families to eliminate barriers to family reunification.
  • Provided parent-child visitation and family reunification services to families whose children were in state custody.
  • Visit children in placement to coordinate family reunification, adoption, or independent living efforts.
  • Complete daily family reunification application reviews to classify documentation accuracy and adherence to government standards.
  • Facilitate family reunification and provide follow-up services to the youth released from immigration custody.
  • Directed all protective placement, case management, parent education and family reunification activities.
  • Complete initial interview with client and family members to start family reunification process.
  • Worked to support women in early recovery through process of family reunification.
  • Responded to the dynamic needs of families to improve their circumstances, with the goal of achieving family reunification.
  • Conducted and coordinated home visits and supervised visitations between children and their families with the goal of family reunification.
  • Complete visitations with the child in out-of-home placement to coordinate family reunification, adoption, or independent living.
  • Assist with creating a family base case plan, family goals, and assisting with family reunification.
  • Coordinated family reunification, adoption, or independent living efforts with those children in need.
  • Visited child in out of home placements, to coordinate family reunification when appropriate.
  • Assisted and advocated for clients with ACS cases needing assistance leading to family reunification.
  • Consult with case managers and other staff on family reunification issues.
  • Assist and support clients with family reunification.
  • Monitored parents progress in services provided in order to facilitate family reunifications.
  • Facilitated foster care placements Completed multiple adoptions and family reunifications.

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28. Financial Assistance

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Here's how Financial Assistance is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Scheduled approximately 400 reviews monthly and rescheduled missed appointments to determine eligibility for financial assistance.
  • Provided financial assistance and supportive services to clients including HIV education/prevention and counseling.
  • Provide temporary financial assistance for program participants, as individual circumstance requires.
  • Determine client's eligibility for financial assistance.
  • Entered client data and financial assistance into Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database and managed thorough case file.
  • Referred families to food banks, financial assistance programs, employment and training support and health and child welfare.
  • Provided assistance with safe housing, financial assistance and job skills Enabled adults to achieve and maintain independence.
  • Helped families with financial assistance, linked to appropriate resources and provided education in order to avoid homelessness.
  • Provide financial assistance in accordance with program policies and procedures.
  • Provide on-going social services to clients that may include food, clothing, housing, employment, transportation, financial assistance.
  • Maintain accurate records of financial assistance provided to participants in their file and in the MAACLink Homeless Management Information System.

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29. County Director

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Here's how County Director is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Developed well-received recommendations to a Juvenile Court or County Director for disposition.
  • Make determination of whether or not incident is substantiated and develops recommendations to Family Court or County Director for disposition.

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30. Dcfs

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Here's how Dcfs is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Provided intensive in home counseling, outreach, and advocacy services to high-risk intact families with open DCFS cases.
  • Provide advocacy for clients at school, court, DCFS and with other agencies as needed.
  • Served as a team member for WIC, DCFS, Teen Parents, Immunization clinic.
  • Facilitated family meetings within 30 days of case assignment to outline the concerns of DCFS.
  • Case Manager also communicates with DCFS to consult or report child abuse.
  • Attended court reviews and provided reports to the court system and DCFS.
  • Work with children and adults involved with DCFS in Washington State.
  • Provided direct services to intact families involved with DCFS.
  • Collaborated with DCFS Social Workers and Mental Health professionals across MH agencies on treatment plan development.
  • Developed Service Plans and Integrated Assessments in a timely manner to meet DCFS mandates.

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31. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Performed data entry functions related to assigned caseloads.
  • Manage and document all actions taken via data entry into the Defense Casualty Information Processing System (DCIPS).
  • Enhance program case management system, data entry, and transition assistance for over 200 individuals.
  • Assisted in computer data entry of the evaluation components of the St. Louis Drug Mentoring Initiative.
  • Prepare all required written reports and data entry.
  • Complete assessments, data entry.
  • Complete required data entry into Anasazi client database within appropriate timelines.
  • Keyed data entry for client information on success program Investigated potential fraud and abuse of state programs.
  • Maintain case files including data entry, case notes and all other docu- mentation.
  • Enrolled/recruited students Managed monthly enrollment reports Managed Community/Family Partnership Agreement Case Management/Family Resources Centralized filing system/record keeping/referrals Supervised Focus Groups Data Entry

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32. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Participate in the development and implementation of patient care policies and protocols.

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33. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Submit referrals for mental/substance evaluations, counseling and home based case-work.
  • Counseled clients on concerns such as unsatisfactory relationships, divorce and separation, child rearing, home management and financial problems.
  • Determined whether clients should be counseled or referred to other specialists in such fields as medicine, psychiatry and legal aid.
  • Provided counseling services to family in crisis, including conducting intake interview with family members to determine the areas of needs.
  • Provide individual, family, and couples counseling as well as play and art therapy in a community counseling setting.
  • Coordinated client services, conducted individual counseling sessions, led weekly Self-Awareness Workshop and managed the Supportive Housing Program.
  • Provided short-term, non-psychiatric individual and couples counseling to active duty service members, retirees and their families.
  • Provide supportive brief counseling to parents as individuals and couples, children as individuals, and families.
  • Attend meeting with staff and or guidance counselor to ensure needs are being met for the individual.
  • Provided advocacy, case management/planning, supportive counseling, and customer service to 60 plus families.
  • Maintain all counseling case documentation in accordance with all applicable policies, laws and instructions.
  • Advised and counseled family members on parenting skills and techniques.
  • Conducted psycho-educational groups, MRT counseling, and individual sessions.
  • Counseled child with issues to reach intended goals.
  • Provide counsel and direction to women and children.
  • Provided abuse, drug, lactation counseling.
  • Provided options counseling when someone became pregnant.
  • Provide group counseling to young parents Transport youth and adults
  • Provided daily counseling to troubled youth ( male and female) entering the foster the Foster Care System.
  • Conducted up to 20 "In-Home Outreach Counseling" visits weekly.

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34. Veterans

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Here's how Veterans is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Completed community outreach to identify homeless veterans and their families who met the program criteria outlined by the Veterans Administration.
  • Screen veterans for program eligibility based on living conditions and military service criteria.
  • Negotiated directly with landlords and other community resources on behalf of veterans.
  • Assist homeless Veterans in securing appropriate temporary and/or permanent housing.
  • Performed outreach to the Veterans, potential clients, subcontractors, and other agencies on the program and its requirements.
  • Encouraged veterans to utilize community resources available to meet their different needs and help meet their housing stability goals.
  • Perform outreach in five rural counties with the goal to identify, contact, and qualify homeless veterans.
  • Provided instruction/training and consultation in assessing and counseling veterans to a team of 4 other social work professionals.
  • Participate in street outreach to identify homeless veterans and present the program as an alternative to homelessness.
  • Assist Homeless Veterans and Veterans in a housing crisis for Marion, Harding, and Delaware Counties.
  • Helped veterans access creative ways to earn income fast in order to prevent housing crisis.
  • Assisted veterans in finding housing, jobs and helped them meet other basic needs.
  • Advocated on behalf of veterans facing various barriers to securing permanent housing.
  • Assisted veterans in locating, accessing, renting and maintain housing.
  • Empowered veterans to prepare their households and plan for their futures.
  • Work with homeless veterans to provide rapid housing and homeless prevention.
  • Housed 27 literally homeless veterans within a one year period.
  • Conducted phone interviews when veterans could not screen in person.
  • Worked daily with Veterans Justice Project Public defender's office.Provided case review for veteran public defenders.
  • Conducted screenings Mailed termination, acceptance and non compliance letters to veterans in need.

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35. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Facilitated and lead group therapy sessions using Dialectical Behavior Therapy and core mindfulness skills.
  • Provided assistance in group therapy sessions involving child and adolescents.
  • Performed group therapy sessions for adults in risk of losing their children to government agencies.

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36. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated and chaired all IEP meetings and evaluations within mandated federal guidelines.
  • Worked with various community schools creating IEP's, behavior plans and attending case conferences for children on my caseload.
  • Provide Crisis Counseling, attend court hearings, IEP meetings and serve as the liaison between the unit and school
  • Provided guidance for academic, emotional and disciplinary issues by attending IEP meetings as well as manifestation meetings.
  • Assisted in developing IEP's or Individual Education Plans, which outline educational and behavioral goals for students.
  • Attended all scheduled IEP meetings for youth client's to provide updates on client progress.
  • Attended IEP meetings and participates in the IEP process to ensure adequate services were provided.
  • Attended IEP meetings and advocated for accommodations for children with disabilities in the school system.
  • Work with IEP Team to develop and track behavioral goals and objectives.
  • Coordinated with schools and personnel to assist children with IEP's
  • Participate in ISP and IEP meetings for children in care.
  • Attended IEP and school meetings for the children.
  • Attended IEP meetings for clients in school.
  • Attended all program staff meetings, treatment reviews, IEPs and other agency meetings as necessary.
  • Contribute and assist in developing child assessments and IEPs

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37. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Provide short-term counseling to families and adolescents on concerns, such as communication, anger management, and conflict resolution.
  • Complete referral forms dealing with: parenting, anger management, domestic violence, substance abuse and physical abuse.
  • Provide supportive counseling regarding anger management, parenting skills, budgeting and housing concerns.
  • Developed the curriculum for and facilitated Youth Anger Management and Adult Drug Education courses.
  • Lead anger management counseling sessions with students and court ordered adults.
  • Anger management, parenting, decision making and career search.
  • Facilitated an 8-week Anger Management course for adults.
  • Facilitate anger management, trauma-based, self-discovery and empowerment groups using evidence-based curriculums.
  • facilitate social skills, mediation, listening, anger management, and conflict resolution,
  • Facilitate Anger Management Group called "Cage Your Rage" at Dayton Corrections Institution (DCI) prison.

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38. Hmis

low Demand
Here's how Hmis is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Maintain consistent documentation on services provided to families in HMIS within 24 hours of family meeting or any case development.
  • Input and maintained client information in Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and ensures reporting requirement are accurate.
  • Entered data each week into the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) on-line data tracking system.
  • Entered and managed client profiles in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Database.
  • Write progress notes, maintain client records and assist with reporting requirements (HMIS).
  • Documented service transactions and goals into the HMIS and OCTO databases and analyzed data.
  • Maintain all case documents and the database through HMIS and SP software databases.
  • Enter client's information into Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).
  • Maintain case notes and records on participant/family progress (HMIS Program).
  • Experience with data entry with various software systems along with HMIS.
  • Provide consistent, clear and concise electronic documentation using HMIS database.
  • Document and track services utilizing HMIS database systems.
  • Serve as agency representative at HMIS committee meetings
  • Entered intake documentation into the HMIS database.
  • Enter family into Homeless Management System (HMIS) EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:
  • Provided clothing vouchers Entered online data using HSIS systemand HMIS System.
  • Complete all documentation in the Homelessness Management Information System (HMIS) that records assessment and multi-service documentation electronically.
  • Case Management with homeless families Keep up to date files Maintain updated information on Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
  • Utilize HMIS Clienttrack and Efforts to Outcome database to input client's notes, demographics and etc.

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39. Tanf

low Demand
Here's how Tanf is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated employment services/workforce care plans for parents receiving TANF benefits.
  • Conducted interviews to determine client eligibility for Medicaid, Food Stamps and TANF, while providing excellent customer service.
  • Determined initial and ongoing eligibility of applicants and clients for the TANF, Food Stamps and Medicaid program.
  • Assist families with obtaining services such as SNAP, TANF, and Social Security benefits.
  • Worked with families receiving FIP (Families First) TANF to become self sufficient.
  • Interviewed and assessed low income families receiving TANF, SSI and SSDI.
  • Prepared legal reports and submitted financial, medical and TANF requests.
  • Managed caseloads of 50 Tanf eligible families.
  • Received 200-400 inbound calls per week from Medicaid, Food Stamps and Tanf receiptants requesting changes to active case records.
  • Manage caseloads for TANF recipients through Floyd County, Gordon County, and Bartow County.

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40. CPS

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Here's how CPS is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Advocated resource networking, life skill training, and care coordination with CPS, DSHS, and other state agencies.
  • Job duties include: working with children aged 2- 14, who had been removed from parental homes by CPS.
  • Collaborate with clinical team, Command, CPS, NCIS, MP Security, and JAG for prevention and intervention.
  • Initiated in-home contact to apprise of CPS report, confirmed accuracy of information and offered Family Builder's services.
  • Contracted by CPS for mild/moderate cases of abuse or neglect for case management and supportive counseling.
  • Contracted by CPS for Interstate Compact Placement of Children for adoptive and foster home courtesy supervision.
  • Testified during court hearings to attest to CPS assessments and observation of family dynamics.
  • Followed up and collaborated with CPS caseworker daily to maximize effectiveness of case plan.
  • Communicated weekly with CPS on progress of clients I served.
  • Completed monthly updates to CPS on a weekly basis.
  • Coordinated with CPS Attorney to present case to court.
  • Conducted an assessment with families and CPS Case Managers.
  • Maintain communication with CPS case workers.
  • Administer crisis intervention for youth facing homelessness, CPS intervention, DV, parental conflicts and mental health issues.
  • Teamed with CPS social workers, CASAs, and attorneys to provide wraparound services to FTC clients.

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41. Family Histories

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Here's how Family Histories is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Conduct home studies and family histories, and recommend placement for adoption to the adoption team, when necessary.
  • Conducted home studies, family histories and recommended placement for relative care, and foster placement.
  • Conducted home studies, family histories and recommended placement for adoption.

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42. Client Files

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Here's how Client Files is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Maintained organization and confidentiality of client files and materials.
  • Managed client files consisting of applicants' employment history, income, and their progress throughout program.
  • Organize and maintain up-to-date client files including progress notes and current documentation for each family member.
  • Maintained client files in accordance with Department of Human Services requirements using Cornerstone System.
  • Maintained client files, prepared monthly reports, and compiled data in HMIS Systems
  • Enroll family members in the EFMP and maintain client files.
  • Preserve all documentation in client files.
  • Maintained physical and web-based client files.
  • Maintained client files Completed data entry into Cornerstone system
  • Manage Raintree database and update client files when warranted.
  • Managed caseload of 65+ homeless families, including maintenance of client files, provided counseling to assist clients in immediate/long-term goal planning

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43. Goal Setting

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Here's how Goal Setting is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Conduct home visits to provide community resources while assisting family with goal setting using the Parent Family Community Engagement framework.
  • Engaged with families to promote behavior change through case planning and goal setting, implementing services, and supporting permanence for children
  • Provided holistic and comprehensive case management services to all clients including: intake assessment, benefit assessment, and goal setting.
  • Provided comprehensive case management to include intake assessment, goal setting, progress monitoring while maintaining caseload of 5 families.
  • Monitored the progress of clients with weekly goal setting and case management meetings conducted in the office or home visit.
  • Assisted with goal setting after needs were identified and planned actions steps toward goal attainment.
  • Home visit assessment, goal setting, and realistic personal development.
  • Assist with both short and long term goal setting for clients.
  • Completed individualized service plans and assisted clients with goal setting.
  • Provided case management services, assessments, case plans, service referrals, goal setting, court reviews and pre-dispositional reports.
  • Assist with family goal setting and follow upswith home visits.
  • Travel to offsite home visits and meetings Service planning and goal setting for the individual in recovery

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44. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Completed intake assessments with patients and drafted community re-entry plans following treatment.
  • Conducted intake assessments with clients to determine grant program eligibility.
  • Performed initial intake assessments for families inquiring about diagnostic clinics.
  • Preformed intake assessments, case presentation for families living in shelter that were eligible to transitioning into permanent housing.
  • Perform client intake assessments, provide education in the areas of budgeting and housing and generate service plans.
  • Complete intake assessments and discuss eligibility in the program with the parent.
  • Performed mental health intake assessments and family outreach services.
  • Conduct and process family intake assessments.
  • Completed occasional intake assessments for minors using diagnostic criteria and the axis system.

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45. Homeless Shelter

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Here's how Homeless Shelter is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Managed and monitored caseload of homeless shelter residents and conducted intake and needs assessments.

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46. DHS

low Demand
Here's how DHS is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Completed accurate billing for submission to IDHS documenting their educational status and participation in programming.
  • Keep contact with school personnel when applicable, behavioral health services and medical providers in compliance with DHS regulations.
  • Conduct daily roll call and weekly unit inspections in order to ensure units are up to DHS/state standards.
  • Provide prevention services and case management to families and individuals who are referred via DHS and/or Truancy.
  • Coordinate treatment with DHS, Public Schools, Juvenile Court, and other external agencies.
  • Ensured daily documentation was maintained accurately and consistent with DHS and OTDA standards.
  • Documented each home visit and input confidential notes into the DHS Connect database.
  • Communicate with DHS as needed pertaining to compliance and length of stay.
  • Collaborated with DCS, DHS with services, and treatment planning.
  • Completed daily and weekly paper work through a DHS program.
  • Conducted research to support casework and IDHS policies.
  • Coordinate with other agencies including DHS to assist clients
  • Assist clients with applying and managing DHS services.
  • Case management documentation through DHS-CARES data base.
  • Help clients with DHS assistance applications.
  • Attend DHS meetings for updates.
  • Worked with Hospice and DHS for seniors with disabilities in ourprogram.

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47. Abusive Situation

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Here's how Abusive Situation is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Provide service and support to Lamoille County residents who may be in potentially abusive situations on weekends.

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48. Criminal Investigations

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49. Family Meetings

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Here's how Family Meetings is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Developed case plans and facilitated family meetings.
  • Conducted weekly individual and family meetings.
  • Hold family meetings to provide support, direct counseling, and intervention as needed.
  • Facilitated weekly family meetings for all youth families on my caseload.
  • Develop and facilitate Child and Family meetings (CFT).
  • Facilitate staff and family meetings for Case Plan updates.
  • Work closely with Misericordia's medical team to coordinate family meetings and new admissions from hospitals.
  • Run weekly family meetings 18.

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50. Out-of-Home Placement

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Here's how Out-of-Home Placement is used in Family Case Manager jobs:
  • Managed highly structured, intensive in-home program designed to prevent placement in, or assist transition from, out-of-home placement.
  • Case management services provided to families whose children were at risk of, or returning from out-of-home placement.
  • Maintained case files and developed briefing reports for in-office case staffing or out-of-home placement agency staffing.
  • Work with families & children at risk of out-of-home placement.
  • Provided crisis intervention to families at risk of out-of-home placement Prevented the recurrence of abuse and neglect to children
  • Worked 40+ hours per week Managed caseload of children in out-of-home placements.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Family Case Manager

Child Abuse24.4%
Court Hearings11.8%
Community Resources9.6%
Crisis Intervention7.6%
Treatment Plans5.6%
Mental Health Services5.6%
Service Plans4%
Juvenile Offenders3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Family Case Manager

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
19.4%
19.4%
2
2
Court Hearings
Court Hearings
9.4%
9.4%
3
3
Community Resources
Community Resources
7.7%
7.7%
4
4
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
6%
6%
5
5
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
4.4%
4.4%
7
7
Service Plans
Service Plans
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Juvenile Offenders
Juvenile Offenders
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Permanency
Permanency
2.6%
2.6%
10
10
Social Workers
Social Workers
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Support Services
Support Services
2.1%
2.1%
13
13
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
2%
2%
14
14
Needs Assessment
Needs Assessment
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Family Law
Family Law
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Medicaid
Medicaid
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Child Care
Child Care
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Treatment Options
Treatment Options
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Additional Injury
Additional Injury
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Imminent Danger
Imminent Danger
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Independent Living Efforts
Independent Living Efforts
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
DCS
DCS
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Monthly Reports
Monthly Reports
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Safety Plans
Safety Plans
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Family Reunification
Family Reunification
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Financial Assistance
Financial Assistance
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
County Director
County Director
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Dcfs
Dcfs
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Patient Care
Patient Care
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Counsel
Counsel
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Veterans
Veterans
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
IEP
IEP
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Anger Management
Anger Management
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Hmis
Hmis
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Tanf
Tanf
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
CPS
CPS
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Family Histories
Family Histories
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Client Files
Client Files
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Goal Setting
Goal Setting
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Homeless Shelter
Homeless Shelter
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
DHS
DHS
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Abusive Situation
Abusive Situation
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Criminal Investigations
Criminal Investigations
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Family Meetings
Family Meetings
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Out-of-Home Placement
Out-of-Home Placement
0.4%
0.4%

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