Case Management Unit

Case Management Unit Charting Paths. Creating Opportunity.
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Upper Dauphin area residents - join us for our "Second Time Around" free clothing event held in cooperation with the Hil...
10/29/2020

Upper Dauphin area residents - join us for our "Second Time Around" free clothing event held in cooperation with the Hillside Christian Fellowship!

Free Food Giveaway.
10/28/2020

Free Food Giveaway.

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
09/11/2020

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services

Your mental health is incredibly important!

the Wolf Administration launched an online Mental Health Resources Guide intended to provide Pennsylvanians with a full complement of resources available to help everyone with their mental health needs.

Find what you need and get connected: pa.gov/guides/mental-health

CMU is hiring Mental Health Case Managers, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Supports Coordinators and Early I...
07/28/2020

CMU is hiring Mental Health Case Managers, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Supports Coordinators and Early Intervention Service Coordinators. Apply at www.cmu.cc

07/10/2020
Supports Coordinator I (Intellectual Developmental Disability Program) CMU is hiring Supports Coordinator I (Intellectua...
06/23/2020

Supports Coordinator I (Intellectual Developmental Disability Program)

CMU is hiring Supports Coordinator I (Intellectual Developmental Disability Program).

Qualifications:
Two years of college level course work including 12 credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice or other related social serve AND

Two years’ experience in public contact work in a human services agency such as:

IDD Service Agencies
MH Service Agencies
Residential Programs
Human Service Agencies
Human Relations Agencies
Vocational Rehabilitation Centers
Employment Service Agencies

Automobile, Act 33 and 34 clearances are required.

Salary: $31,200 per year.

CMU is a non-profit organization focused on supporting people to live a life of quality and dignity. We help guide people to any community resource they need. CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU’s mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

Case Managers work with individuals to overcome their barriers and obstacles that confront them to recover from their mental illness. They provide a service that includes locating, coordinating, accessing and monitoring needed services and supports for individuals who have a mental illness.

What we offer:

Purpose – The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in people’s lives.
Flexibility – We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve a work/life balance that meets your needs.

Salary – One of the highest starting salaries in community mental health services - $31,200.

Appreciation and Recognition – We acknowledge and recognize our outstanding staff through all staff emails, during staff meetings and at our annual staff recognition event.

Generous Paid Time Off – Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick time that increases based on years of service.

Student Loan Forgiveness – Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.

Outstanding Benefits Package – Including medical, prescription, dental, retirement plan, life and short–term disability insurance.

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any other trait protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individuals.

CMU is hiring Blended Case Manager I (Mental Health Program).Qualifications:• High School Diploma and 12 semester credit...
06/23/2020

CMU is hiring Blended Case Manager I (Mental Health Program).

Qualifications:
• High School Diploma and 12 semester credit hours in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, or other social science AND 2 years experience in direct contact with mental health consumers OR
• Automobile, Act 33 and 34 clearances are required.

Salary: $31,200 per year.

CMU is a non-profit organization focused on supporting people to live a life of quality and dignity. We help guide people to any community resource they need. CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU’s mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

Case Managers work with individuals to overcome their barriers and obstacles that confront them to recover from their mental illness. They provide a service that includes locating, coordinating, accessing and monitoring needed services and supports for individuals who have a mental illness.

What we offer:
Purpose – The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in people’s lives.

Flexibility – We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve a work/life balance that meets your needs.

Salary – One of the highest starting salaries in community mental health services - $31,200.

Appreciation and Recognition – We acknowledge and recognize our outstanding staff through all staff emails, during staff meetings and at our annual staff recognition event.

Generous Paid Time Off – Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick time that increases based on years of service.

Student Loan Forgiveness – Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.

Outstanding Benefits Package – Including medical, prescription, dental, retirement plan, life and short–term disability insurance.

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any other trait protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individuals.

A message from CMU Executive Director Greg McCutcheon.CMU condemns the senseless killing of George Floyd. CMU takes prid...
06/05/2020

A message from CMU Executive Director Greg McCutcheon.

CMU condemns the senseless killing of George Floyd. CMU takes pride in the fact that many of our employees are engaging in peaceful protests to bring about long overdue changes in the overt and systemic racism that has plagued our country for far too long.

CMU is proud that our employees, consumers and communities represent a widely diverse culture. This diversity makes the events we’ve seen recently that much more difficult for us. I’d like to reaffirm our commitment to embracing inclusiveness and being a part of the struggle for fairness and equality for all.

We will always condemn acts of hatred, injustice, racism, prejudice and violence. We will continue to strive to promote unity within our communities and agency, so that all races, creeds, sexual orientation can live in a peaceful world.

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Any of our mental health, intellectual disability or early intervention services can be accessed by calling 717-232-8761...
05/21/2020

Any of our mental health, intellectual disability or early intervention services can be accessed by calling 717-232-8761.

Shout out to Keystone Human Services and all the essential workers supporting adults, children and families in the menta...
05/08/2020
‘They’re the front lines'; Staff care for adults with disabilities amid pandemic, funding challenges

Shout out to Keystone Human Services and all the essential workers supporting adults, children and families in the mental health, autism, intellectual disabilities and early intervention fields.

More than 50,000 Direct Support Professionals provide essential services to those with disabilities. They're also a lifeline for parents who can't be with their children during the pandemic.

So pleased to work with others that strive to be a part of something bigger than themselves.
04/30/2020

So pleased to work with others that strive to be a part of something bigger than themselves.

Shout out to all the social workers out there supporting others during Covid-19!
04/28/2020

Shout out to all the social workers out there supporting others during Covid-19!

I work in the midst of extraordinary people.
04/27/2020

I work in the midst of extraordinary people.

04/16/2020
KU Cares Week: Homeschooling with Heather Lister '10, M'13

CMU Board Member and renowned Educational Consultant, Heather Lister, on the meeting the challenges of homeschooling your children and working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Helping your children adjust to remote learning can be difficult. Heather Lister ’10, M’13 shares some teaching tips to help you out. #KUCaresWeek #GoldenBea...

If you get SNAP, you may get extra benefits on your EBT card to buy food during the Covid-19 crisis!
04/16/2020

If you get SNAP, you may get extra benefits on your EBT card to buy food during the Covid-19 crisis!

Attention Participants and Donors of the CMU Highmark WalkOut of an abundance of caution and for the protection and safe...
04/09/2020
CMU-CASE MANAGEMENT UNIT - Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

Attention Participants and Donors of the CMU Highmark Walk

Out of an abundance of caution and for the protection and safety of our CMU Walk participants and volunteers, the difficult decision has been made to modify the CMU Highmark Walk to an online only fundraiser and virtual walk for this year's campaign.
This modification ensures that CMU is still able to fundraise, while not putting participants at risk of further spread of the COVID-19 virus in a mass gathering situation. This change is also in accordance with the CDC's recommendation of social distancing and avoiding mass gatherings.
To make a donation to the CMU fundraising efforts, please click on the link at the bottom of this email to visit the CMU Highmark Walk homepage. Then click on the "Donate Now" button to make a donation.

http://hcf.convio.net/CMUHighmarkWalk

04/09/2020

New information regarding the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community:

Out of an abundance of caution and for the protection and safety of our Walk participants and volunteers, the difficult decision has been made to modify all seven 2020 Highmark Walks for a Healthy Community to an online only fundraiser and virtual walk for this year's campaign.
This modification ensures that our participating organizations are still able to fundraise, via our online platform, while not putting participants at risk of further spread of the COVID-19 virus in a mass gathering situation. This change is also in accordance with the CDC's recommendation of social distancing and avoiding mass gatherings.
While this year's Walk for a Healthy Community throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware will be online and virtual only, this approach provides the 273 local nonprofit health and human service organizations a way to safely participate and raise funds.
Details of the changes in regards to fundraising incentives, T-shirt distribution, and donation deadlines are provided below.
Changes for the 2020 Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community:
• A virtual walk is a real walk, but it's on your terms! Anytime between May 9 and June 30, you choose how and when you walk (treadmill, park or trail, or around the neighborhood). It's your choice! You also pick the time of when you start and stop!
• This year to keep up the momentum of individual fundraising, we have lowered the minimum amount raised to receive a T-shirt to $15 before June 30, 2020. (The previous amount was $30.) T-shirts will be distributed to organizational leaders in July.
• We will continue to offer one raffle ticket for every $50 raised. Raffle chances are tracked online within the individual walker milestone trackers on the Luminate online system. All donations much be credited to the individual walker account by the walk organization by June 30, 2020. Prizes will be distributed in July.
Additional details will be communicated via the Walk email system as well as on the Highmark Walk page in the coming days.

CMU continues to look forward to participating in this event!
For more info, please visit our walk's home page:

http://hcf.convio.net/site/TR?fr_id=2995&pg=entry

So proud of CMU coworkers.
04/07/2020
Case Managers: The Other Frontline of COVID-19

So proud of CMU coworkers.

Case Managers must make impossible choices to manage the complexities of an unstoppable pandemic—and they are working against the clock. Unless, like me, you are married to or related to a Case Manager, you’ve probably never thought about what they do, yet they are critical to the healthcare sys...

If you are feeling anxious or distressed.
04/06/2020

If you are feeling anxious or distressed.

Covid-19 Resources for Social Workers and Therapistshttps://www.socialwork.career/2020/03/covid-19-resources-social-work...
04/01/2020
COVID-19 Resources for Social Workers and Therapists - SocialWork.Career

Covid-19 Resources for Social Workers and Therapists

https://www.socialwork.career/2020/03/covid-19-resources-social-workers-therapists.html

I’m hoping that this post finds you and your loved ones well under our current difficult circumstances. My heart goes out to those of you who have family members, friends or clients who are sick. Below is a roundup of over 50 free resources that may be of help to you as a social worker, …

Comfort station at 333 Market St. Harrisburg, PA for the under-housed and transient community includes four porta potty’...
03/28/2020

Comfort station at 333 Market St. Harrisburg, PA for the under-housed and transient community includes four porta potty’s and two wash stations. Thank you Harrisburg Downtown Improvement District and Harristown Enterprises.

CMU Covid-19 CommunicationCMU believes that focusing our attention on supporting consumers, instead of the uncertain tim...
03/25/2020

CMU Covid-19 Communication

CMU believes that focusing our attention on supporting consumers, instead of the uncertain times we live in, is the best way forward in meeting our mission. Our goal is to support as many people as possible during the Covid-19 outbreak. Consumers need our support now more than ever.

Of course, minimizing adverse effects on consumers includes ongoing communication and cooperation with team members from your agencies.

We are all in this together. CMU believes the current circumstances presents an unprecedented opportunity for teamwork and collaboration.

To enhance the accessibility of CMU staff, all desk phones of staff are being forwarded to their cell phones.

Please read the CMU Covid-19 Communication to learn about CMU’s plan for supporting adults, children and families during the Covid-19 crisis.

We are reminded of this by the efforts of the wonderful CMU staff doing everything they can to support individuals and f...
03/20/2020

We are reminded of this by the efforts of the wonderful CMU staff doing everything they can to support individuals and families during this crisis.

In case you are wondering, Governor Wolf’s order to close all non-life sustaining businesses does not effect CMU service...
03/19/2020
Gov. Wolf orders all non-life sustaining businesses in Pa. to close

In case you are wondering, Governor Wolf’s order to close all non-life sustaining businesses does not effect CMU services. CMU and other social service agencies are considered “life sustaining” and Wolf’s order exempts agencies like CMU that assists individuals and families.

https://www.pennlive.com/news/2020/03/all-non-life-sustaining-businesses-in-pa-must-close-gov-wolf.html

These business must close at 8 p.m. today.

For all CMU employees and other professionals who never stop helping.
03/19/2020

For all CMU employees and other professionals who never stop helping.

How to get tested for Covid-19.
03/18/2020

How to get tested for Covid-19.

Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And IsolationDuring An Infectious Disease Outbreak
03/17/2020

Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation
During An Infectious Disease Outbreak

It’s that time again.
03/08/2020

It’s that time again.

Early Intervention Connections - LICC
02/12/2020

Early Intervention Connections - LICC

Do you currently have a child active in Early Intervention or the IU preschool program? If so, please take a few minutes to take our family survey.

CMU-CASE MANAGEMENT UNIT 2020Mission StatementCMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, acces...
02/01/2020

CMU-CASE MANAGEMENT UNIT 2020
Mission Statement
CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU's mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

About CMU-CASE MANAGEMENT UNIT
CMU is a non-profit organization focused on supporting people to live a life of quality and dignity. We help guide people to any community resource they need. Our motto is Charting Paths,Creating Opportunity. We understand that any individual or family could experience challenges in life that require professional support, such as: The family of an infant or toddler that has concerns about their child's development. A young person requiring professional help with behavioral issues. Many adults experiencing mental health challenges at any point during their lives. Adults or families with children who have intellectual disabilities needing support in their home and community. CMU services are always at NO COST and are an individual's gateway into, and support within, the publicly funded early intervention, mental health, autism, and intellectual and developmental disabilities systems.

Contact Information
Barb Jumper
Phone: 717-503-0604
[email protected]

Click on the link below to register as a walker, start your own team, or donate!

http://hcf.convio.net/site/TR?fr_id=2995&pg=entry

CMU-CASE MANAGEMENT UNIT - Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community
02/01/2020
CMU-CASE MANAGEMENT UNIT - Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

CMU-CASE MANAGEMENT UNIT - Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU's mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

CMU is hiring Blended Case Manager I (Mental Health Program).Qualifications:• High School Diploma and 12 semester credit...
01/23/2020

CMU is hiring Blended Case Manager I (Mental Health Program).

Qualifications:
• High School Diploma and 12 semester credit hours in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, or other social science AND 2 years experience in direct contact with mental health consumers OR
• Automobile, Act 33 and 34 clearances are required.

Salary: $31,200 per year.

CMU is a non-profit organization focused on supporting people to live a life of quality and dignity. We help guide people to any community resource they need. CMU believes that relationships hold the key to overcoming barriers, accessing resources and fulfilling CMU’s mission: Charting paths and creating opportunity for adults, children and families to live full and inclusive lives in their communities.

Case Managers work with individuals to overcome their barriers and obstacles that confront them to recover from their mental illness. They provide a service that includes locating, coordinating, accessing and monitoring needed services and supports for individuals who have a mental illness.

What we offer:
Purpose – The opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves and make a difference in people’s lives.

Flexibility – We understand that you have lives outside of work and we work with you to achieve a work/life balance that meets your needs.

Salary – One of the highest starting salaries in community mental health services - $31,200.

Appreciation and Recognition – We acknowledge and recognize our outstanding staff through all staff emails, during staff meetings and at our annual staff recognition event.

Generous Paid Time Off – Includes 10 paid holidays, 4 personal days, vacation and sick time that increases based on years of service.

Student Loan Forgiveness – Our employees qualify for student loan forgiveness under the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program.

Outstanding Benefits Package – Including medical, prescription, dental, retirement plan, life and short–term disability insurance.

CMU is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions, including all hiring decisions, are made without regard to race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, non-job related disability, veteran status, possession of a General Education Development Certificate as compared to a high school diploma or any other trait protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. We strive to hire the hardest working and most qualified individuals.

Address

1100 S Cameron St
Harrisburg, PA
17104

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:00

Telephone

(717) 232-8761

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Today is the Annual Holiday Turkey Basket Project! CMU Case Managers and Supports & Service Coordinators from our Harrisburg, Elizabethville, Lebanon offices and our partners from Keystone & Merakey will deliver 275 - 30 lb. boxes of food, eggs, milk, potatoes & a turkey or ham which will feed over 1,000 people in total. CMU supports individuals with mental health, Intellectual and development disabilities and early intervention needs. It’s the best day of the year!
Anyone still there?