Targeted Case Management:
Case managers assist individuals determined eligible for services from the Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities in accessing comprehensive medical, social, educational and other specialized services. Case managers are professionals who are trained in the field of mental health and/or closely related fields. Each individual who applies for services from the Division of DD is assigned a case manager who assists the person and his or her family to identify, locate, coordinate and monitor services that meet the individual’s distinct needs.
To be eligible for most services, an individual must have a disability.
Which is attributable to:
- mental retardation
- cerebral palsy
- head injury
- a learning disability related to a brain dysfunction or any other mental or physical impairment or combination of the two.
**Excluding only mental illness diagnoses.
With onset before the person attains the age of 22.
Is likely to continue indefinitely.
Which substantially limits two or more of the following major life activities:
- receptive and expressive language development and use
- self direction
- capacity for independent living or economic self sufficiency
Reside within Johnson County Missouri.
Referrals & Fees
Referrals to Johnson County Board of Services for individuals of any age may be made by the individual, school district officials, state agency representatives, physicians, or other interested parties. If you feel you have a disability that would qualify you for services, you may contact Liz Hargrave, Director of Community Resources and Outreach, at 660-747-2619 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the intake process.
JCBS is a not for-profit agency funded through local, state and federal dollars billed through Medicaid. We do not have fees for case management services.