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Case Management Certificate Training (325 Hours)


  • Case management is a multidisciplinary, collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation and advocacy to meet the comprehensive health and behavioral health needs of individuals and their families.
  • Case management is based on the premise that when an individual reaches the optimum level of behavioral and physical health and functional capability the individuals being served, their support systems, health care delivery systems and their communities all benefit.
  • Certificate training provides evidence to employers, clients and their families that the case manager possesses the education, skills and experience required to render appropriate services based on sound principles of practice
  • After completing each course in the training curriculum participants will receive a partial credit certificate.¬† In order to receive the certificate showing they have completed the 325 Hour Certificate Training Curriculum students must pass a 90-question comprehensive exam.¬† Each exam is slightly different with questions randomly drawn from a database of over 300 questions and answers shuffled within questions to prevent cheating.


Introduction to Case Management 

Foundations of Case Management 

Financial Aspects 

Screening, Assessment and Placement 


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