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Join us July 29 for the Transforming Lives Golf Open, a fun day on the green with golf, games, and prizes.

All ticket proceeds go directly to our programs, helping us provide greater access to emotional and mental health care throughout the Twin Cities metro area.

Join us for a fun day that helps us take better care of our community!

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"I just want to say thank you for the support provided by Headway. We have had our new full time staff, Liz, for a week and many positive outcomes are being felt building wide."

-Shannon McParland, Principal, Sioux Trail Elementary

Case Management

What is Case Management?
Our highly qualified Case Management staff provide guidance and support for overburdened families whose children are at risk of neglect or abuse; and families with multiple risk factors such as domestic violence, housing instability or difficulty parenting. Our case managers help families find and access the resources they need such as medical, educational and social services or employment and housing facilitators.

We work to help children with severe and long-term mental health needs and their families access and receive health, social, school, educational, employment, and other necessary services.

Case managers also organize a wraparound team, and monitor the effectiveness of services as children grow and change. Meetings with a case manager may happen at home, in school, or in community programs.

How Often do Families See Case Managers?
A face-to-face meeting with the child and/or child’s parent or guardian is required at least once every month. It may be necessary and beneficial to meet more frequently, based on the level of need. Meetings can take place in the child’s home, school or in the community.

Who is Eligible? 

  • Children and youth up to age 18 (up to 21, if youth continues to attend school)
  • Residents of Hennepin County
  • Those with qualifying mental health diagnosis and significantly impaired home, school, or community functioning that has lasted, or is at risk of lasting at least one year, as assessed by a mental health professional.
  • In most cases, a child’s guardian must give consent, but children ages 16 and over may request services without consent if they meet certain criteria.

How Does the Intake Process Work?
Referrals can be made by parents or guardians, a mental health professional or the child’s school. For intake information or referral, contact Headway and ask for the Case Management Coordinator at 612-861-1675.

What is the Cost?
Case Management Services are provided at no cost to families regardless of income. Services are covered by Hennepin County funding or insurance, with no co-pays or any other fees.

Meet our Case Management team

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