10448214_10203891247033271_1891645425644104138_nJamison Consultants Behavioral Health Center can play an important role for patients with Medicaid – and offers new hope for Medicaid patients to get the help they need.

In addition to being an important new option for Medicaid patients to receive treatment for a variety of mental health issues conditions, Jamison Consultant Behavioral Health Center also offers a Medicaid Targeted Case Management Program (MTCM).

Through the MTCM program, Jamison Consultants assigns each Medicaid-eligible individual an MTCM Case Manager, who can then help Medicaid patients gain access to doctors, social services, educational resources, jobs and other services.

With Medicaid Targeted Case Management, Jamison Consultants can assist you with many of the issues where help is needed, including:

  • Seeing a doctor
  • Getting disability
  • Getting food/applying for food stamps
  • Making appointments
  • Getting a ride to see a doctor
  • Getting clothing
  • Finding a place to live
  • Paying bills
  • Finding a job
  • Learning to read
  • Sadness, loss and grief
  • Developmental Disabilities and Special Needs Services

… and much more.

As a private facility in the state offering this program to Medicaid-eligible patients, the MTCM program at Jamison Consultants is an important option for many people – and one that we are thrilled to be able to offer to the public here in South Carolina. An MTCM Case manager can not only help you identify the services that can help you, but can help ensure that you get all of the services that you need – and provide ongoing support and help you with any problems you may face.

An MTCM Case Manager can help in so many ways – and truly offers “A Better Way” and “A Better Life” for Medicaid-eligible individuals who can benefit from this program. To apply, contact the location near you or fill out the following Contact Us form and we will get in touch with you. You can also apply for MTCM at any participating state agency, through your primary care physician(s), with the help of a community health worker or hospital discharge worker, or by visiting https://phoenix.scdhhs.gov/cltc_referrals/new and starting a new referral.

Download the Medicaid Targeted Case Management Brochure or fill out the form below for more information.