Adult Mental Health program assists clients with mental illness by providing services including case management, referrals to community mental health and outreach programs, employment services, and coordination with residential treatment facilities.
Adult Protection services works to protect our counties most vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect and financial exploitation, giving respect to individual choice and self-determination. To report suspected abuse of a vulnerable adult call 1-844-880-1574
Chemical Dependency provides Rule 25 assessment services to residents of Hubbard County. Assessments and case management services are also provided to clients seeking treatment for chemical dependency.
Developmental Disabilities program provides assessment and services to disabled persons. The intent of the program is to strengthen the disabled person's self-reliance and provide community support services while protecting clients from abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Services available include case management, Semi-Independent Living Services (SILS), respite care, supported employment, guardianship, and referrals for other necessary services.
Waiver Program provides assessments for home care services for senior citizens and disabled adults. Programs available are Elderly Waiver (EW), Community Alternative Care (CAC), Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (CADI), and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Waivers. If the assessment indicates that the person is eligible for these programs, case management to coordinate services will be provided. These programs are intended to promote community living and independence by providing the appropriate health care, home care, and support services based on individual needs.
Adult Foster Care Licensing assists clients who wish to provide Foster Care services to adults in the community. A licensing social worker provides coordination services to prospective Foster Caregivers. The licensing process includes a criminal background study, home safety and fire checks, and letters of reference.
Contact Intake at 218-732-1451 for further information on these programs.