Ascent 121 case management services provide goal-oriented and individualized supports through assessment, planning, linkage, and advocacy. Our case managers form a partnership with each individual and his/her family to develop and implement a unique case plan that connects them with community resources while simultaneously developing the practical skills necessary to achieve their goals.
All case management services are strengths-based and values oriented. It is our desire to help each individual we serve to build a stronger identity through a developing sense of self-confidence and self-competency. As such, case management activities are intrinsically motivated and may include, but are not limited to: advocacy opportunities, exploring individual interests and talents, spiritual development, educational advancement, job-training, financial literacy, wilderness/survival-based events, sports/recreation, or liberal arts.
We will link referred families to educational and public assistance programs as needed. Crisis intervention services may also be provided.