- Human Services
- Adult Services
- Case Management
Adult Services Case Management
This service is offered by the Centre County Office of Adult Services to provide long-term case management services to individuals/households who need assistance with securing and maintaining basic needs (housing, food, utilities, medical, etc.), navigating the human services system for appropriate resources, and following client-centered goals and service plans to improve overall self-sufficiency.
Centre County Office of Adult Services can be reached at (814) 355-6768
Basic Needs Case Management
This service is offered by Centre Helps to provide short-term case management to help eligible residents resolve immediate financial crisis, provide in-depth resource referral, and offer both budgeting solutions and skills.
Centre Helps can be reached at (814) 237-5855
Basic Needs Medical Case Management
This service is offered by Centre Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) provides short-term case management to CVIM clients and community members who are uninsured and/or are in need of health care/navigation and enrollment support. This case management service can also provide in-depth resource referral and guidance for resolving immediate financial crisis.
Centre Volunteers in Medicine can be reached at (814) 231-4043
Financial Care Case Management
This money management service is offered by Interfaith Human Services; provided both short-term and long-term supports via on -going strategies and teaching organizational/prioritizing skills to residents in need of maximizing their financial resources.
Interfaith Human Services can be reached at (814) 234-7731
Service Planning Case Management
This service offered by Housing Transitions provides long-term case management for eligible residents with physical disability and who may need or currently receive homemaker services.
Housing Transitions can be reached at (814) 237-1947