Case Management Services

Case Management Services

Change Happens! provides case management to facilitate access to health-related services for pregnant women and children and their families to enhance physical and psychosocial well-being.  Change Happens! provides case management services that are:  family centered; community-based; culturally sensitive; confidential; and multidisciplinary in its approach.


Case managers complete a comprehensive assessment and identify barriers that impact the ability of the family to access services.  A case manager visits with the family and then:  find out what services they need; find services near where they live; teach the family how to find and get other services; and make sure that the family gets the services they need.


Eligibility to receive case management includes:

  • Children (birth to age 20) and pregnant women who get Medicaid and:
  • Have health problems.
  • Are at high risk for getting health problems.

A Case Manager can help:

  • Get medical and dental services.
  • Get medical supplies or equipment.
  • Work on school or education issues.
  • Get other services.

To get a case manager, call:  713.374.1200

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