The objective of Case Management is to provide supportive services to assist clients with obtaining skills to achieve the goals they set. Case Management at CAANH is built on the principle that clients have assets and skills to overcome barriers and are active participants.
Through the provision of case management, clients access the services needed through a network of providers in the community such as education, employment, health, substance abuse, and mental health. CAANH's case management services create a coordinated pathway to prosperity.
What are Social Services Block Grant (SSBG) Case Management Services, and who are they for?
SSBG Case Management Services are services or activites that help individuals and families meet their needs. All services are free.
What can SSBG help with?
Food & Nutrition
State and Federal benefits application completion
Housing information & assistance
Referrals to other services
Help finding education or training opportunities
Job search & resume writing
Who will benefit most?
People who are economically disadvantaged.
People who need help applying for social services.
People who need referrals to basic needs, treatment, health, & shelter services.
People in need of job search assistance or who need help identifying job training and educational opportunites.
Who is eligible?
Connecticut residents at least 18 years of age.
Families with at least 1 child under 18 living with you.
Those who meet the income guidelines. An SSBG case manager will verify your income during your first appointment.