Duluth Case Management
Duluth Case Management Services, (formerly known as Behavioral Health Home (BHH) services), is a service offered by Nystrom & Associates that helps individuals with a mental health diagnosis meet their health and wellness goals. We will provide participants with a team of workers to assist with linkage to resources, identifying barriers to accessing and receiving services, care coordination, transitional care, and individual and family support. Duluth Case Management identifies mental health, chemical health, physical health, and wellness needs through a holistic, person-centered approach. Our case managers will meet with you in person and/or through phone calls at least one time per month.
What Can I Expect From Duluth Case Management?
A team consisting of a Registered Nurse (RN), Systems Navigator (Case Manager), and a Qualified Health Home Specialist (Peer Support Specialist) will meet with you in your home, in the community, or by phone to assist you with identifying and achieving your wellness goals. Case managers will provide a contact at least once a month to assist you with referrals, resources, and care coordination. Participants may work with this team until their individual needs are met.
Your Duluth Case Management team works in coordination with other services you might have like ARMHS, psychiatry, therapy, DBT, ADT, nutrition, primary care services, and more. Case Management can be provided in conjunction with all other mental health, physical health, and substance use services that you have, with the exception of case management.
Case Management Insurance types: MA, PMAP
About Duluth, MN
Duluth is a port city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and the county seat of St. Louis County. Duluth has a population of 86,697, making it Minnesota’s fourth-largest city and the center of Minnesota’s second largest metropolitan area, with a population of 278,799. Duluth forms a metropolitan area with neighboring Superior, Wisconsin; together, they are called the Twin Ports. The city is named for Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, the area’s first known European explorer.