Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women (CPW)

Providing Case Management services for Children and Pregnant Women (CPW) in Texas.

Case management is a Medicaid service available to children and pregnant women who currently have or are at risk for a health condition. Case Management for Children and Pregnant women (CPW) provides cost-effective services to children (birth- 20) and their family. it also covers high-risk pregnant women of all ages. A THERAPY 2000 case manager works with a family to determine the best medical, social and educational services to fit the needs of eligible recipients. Case managers teach families how to find and get the services they need to stay healthy. They can also refer children and families to community resources and other services.

case management for children and pregnant women

case management for children and pregnant women

What is case management? Case management is a Medicaid service. Case managers assist children and their families in getting help with:

  • Access to needed medical services
  • Family problems
  • Education or school issues
  • Financial concerns
  • Finding help near their home

Infants, children, teens and young adults (birth-20) may be eligible for case management if:

  • They are eligible for Medicaid
  • They have or are at risk for developing health problems that keep them from doing things that other kids their age can do
  • Need help getting services to keep health problems from worsening
  • Want case management

What do case managers do? Case managers help by:

  • Finding out what families need
  • Making plans to meet those needs
  • Helping families find the services they need near their home
  • Referring children, pregnant women and families to community resources and other services
  • Teaching individuals and families how to find and get the services they need

Get Case Management Services for Children and Pregnant Women.

For Case Management Services for Children and Pregnant Women call 877-688-2520.
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