Mental Health Administration:
The Central Point of Coordination (CPC) office is the entry point for accessing county mental health funding for individuals with disabilities. The responsibility of the CPC Administrator is to monitor all county MH/DD functions in Cherokee County. These functions may include, but are not limited to, providing intake services, determining eligibility for funding, service planning, and authorization of all MH/DD expenditures. The CPC Administrator also services as Cherokee County Case Management Director.
Cherokee County Case Management:
Responsibilities include completion of the intake process for case management referrals for services; facilitating the development of the Essential Lifestyle Plan and Individual Action Plan; assisting the individual to obtain needed services; monitor services in relation to the needs of the individual; participating in crisis intervention; mediate conflicts related to consumer services; maintains consumer files with correspondence and other required data; and advocates for consumers.
ALL APPLICANTS or their legal guardians MUST:
• Be 18 years of age,
• Be a citizen of the United States, and
• Complete a Central Point of Coordination (CPC) application.
Verification of income and resources in determining financial eligibility as well as verification of employment or disability may be required before the CPC makes final eligibility authorization.
Targeted Case Manager Opening
Cherokee County MH/DD Services
Management Plan Annual Report FY11
Cherokee County Management Plan
FY2010-FY2012 Strategic Plan