Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women is a Medicaid program that provides health-related case management
services to children who are birth through 20 years of age with a health
condition/health risk and to high-risk pregnant women. Case managers help
clients gain access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services.
Who can become a Case Management Provider?
Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women providers are social workers or registered nurses working as individuals
or employed by schools, health departments, counseling agencies, health clinics,
and other types of agencies.
Case managers must have a minimum of two years’ experience assessing the
psychosocial needs of children and/or pregnant women and making community
referrals to address their service needs.
Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women services include assessing needs of eligible clients, formulating a
service plan, making referrals, problem solving, advocacy, and follow-up
regarding client and family needs.
Providers are reimbursed for the assessment/service plan development and
Contact your TMHP Provider
Enrollment representative today for questions on how to enroll in Case
Management for Children and Pregnant Women.