All case management operates using a harm reduction point of view, through which the participant is met “where they’re at” and encouraged to set their own goals. In addition to linking people to resources like housing, public benefits, legal services, and medical services, case managers also provide harm reduction education, including overdose prevention.
Case managers help people navigate resources, manage crises, prioritize concerns (especially legal and medical ones), and overcome barriers in their lives.
Individuals seeking case management may call and ask to speak with a case manager to schedule an appointment. They may also present at PPP's Drop In Center and sign up at the front desk for a case manager.
For more information regarding case management, please contact Tracy Esteves-Camacho:
215-634-5272 ext. 1128