THE IMPACT OF CASE MANAGEMENT ON UTILIZATION OF COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES IN A RURAL STATE

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Abstract

ABSTRACT

The authors report on a study testing the hypothesis that persons with serious mental illness (SMI) would report more utilization of community support services if they had a case manager. Individuals with SMI were asked to complete a survey reporting their use of 10 community support services and case management. Having a case manager was not associated with increased utilization of any support service or case management by persons with serious mental illness in this rural state.

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