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Change Happens! offers case management services for Children and Pregnant Women. Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women is a Medicaid benefit that provides health-related case management services to children birth through 20 years of age with a health condition and to high-risk pregnant women of any age. Case managers help clients gain access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services.


Need help finding and getting services? A case manager might be able to help you.                  

  1. Who can get a case manager?

    • ​Children (birth to age 20) and pregnant women who get Medicaid and:  

    • Have health problems. 

    • Are at a high risk for getting health problems.

  2. What do case managers do?

    • ​A case manager will visit with you and then:

    • Find out what services you need.

    • Find services near where you live.

    • Teach you how to find and get other services.

    • Make sure you are getting the services you need.

  3. What kind of help can I get?

    • ​Case managers can help you:

    • Get medical and dental services.

    • Get medical supplies or equipment.

    • Work on school or education issues.

    • Get other services.


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