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About the program:

Case Management staff advocate for the community of Worcester County in order to provide a continuum of quality services and supports. Case Management Staff empower consumers to access resources and services autonomously while having their needs, preferences, and desires met.

It is the mission of the Case Management Unit to Empower Individuals through: ACTION:

Assessment
Coordination of resources
Teaching
Innovative Services
Outreach
Networking

To achieve and maintain their highest quality of life.alt

Clinical components of our Case Management Program are accredited by The Joint Commission.


Programs and Services


Locations:

Snow Hill Main Office
6040 Public Landing Road
Snow Hill, Maryland 21863
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Phone : (410) 632-1100

Berlin Health Center
9730 Healthway Drive
Berlin, Maryland 21811
Directions
Phone: (410) 629-0164

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