MCCAA's Case Management programs are funded through the Community Services Block Grant Program (CSBG).

The goal of Case Management services is to help clients to identify and overcome the barriers that prevent economic self-sufficiency.

The Comprehensive Family Case Management Program (CFCMP) is designed to assist low-income households identify and overcome barriers that prevent economic self-sufficiency. In addition to the Case Management Services, multiple services are offered through the CFCM Program to better meet the needs of participating households and individuals. Through the use of the IWIN service approach, the CFCM program will assist those households that are interested in making positive life changes in order to become more economically self- sufficient.

The Elderly and Disabled Services program is designed to meet the needs of the low-income elderly and disabled population in an effort to promote an independent living situation. The EDS program will utilize the IWIN service approach as an effective method of overcoming barriers that threaten the independent living situation.

Case Management program clients must meet CSBG eligibilty guidelines.