Adult Community Case Management
Overview of the Service:
Your Adult Community Case Manager (ACCM) at Wings will help you access services and support that will help you do the things you want to do. Wings’ Case Managers work for you and support you in achieving the goals you have set for yourself while ensuring your rights are protected. We help clients find jobs, attend day programs, find housing, explore recreational opportunities, access funding, and more. Always making sure safety comes first and you are satisfied with your choice of services.
Your Team at Wings:
- Case Manager (we sometimes use the term “Care Coordinator”)
- Clinical Supervisor
- A supportive administrative team
Wings’ ACCM program serves a large portion of the State, with offices in the following locations:
- Presque Isle
To receive ACCM services, a person must have been found eligible for Developmental Services through the Office of Aging and Disability Services (OADS). Additionally, the following is required:
- A qualifying diagnosis (Intellectual Disability, Developmental Disability)
- A need for the service
If one of the criteria listed above is not currently present, our Referral Coordinator will connect you with resources that may help.
Anyone can make a referral for ACCM Services at Wings! We accept referrals from families, providers, schools, doctor’s offices, and more. When a non-family member requests our services, our Referral Coordinator will reach out to the family to complete the referral. A Care Coordinator is then assigned the same day.
How Services Are Funded:
MaineCare is the only insurance that will pay for ACCM services. We can help you apply for MaineCare.