Adult and Children’s Mental Health Targeted Case Management (MH TCM)
Adult and Children’s Mental Health Targeted Case Management (MHTCM) serves adults with serious and persistent mental illness and children with severe emotional disturbance. Clients who qualify for this program need to meet the requirements for Minnesota Rule 79 case management services and be Prepaid Medical Assistance Program (PMAP) recipients who live in Benton, Stearns, Sherburne, or Wright County. At CMMHC, our clients receive specialized services tailored to meet their specific needs.
Our staff members are experts in their field and are strongly connected to community resources. With empathy and guidance, we can provide the support our clients need when facing challenging times in their lives. By offering guidance and support, Targeted Case Management Services help adults and children navigate various systems to improve their mental health and gain access to the following services:
~ Medical~ Vocational
~ Social~ Financial
~ Educational~ Other needed assistance
Our staff will also assess and determine the appropriate level of care. They will refer to other agencies as appropriate and coordinate and monitor care by reviewing services to ensure the most efficient client-centered approach is used. Referrals are processed within 10 working days of receiving a current diagnostic assessment.
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Meet Our Providers
Beth Rhoads – MA, LMFT
Beth completed her master’s degree in Adlerian Counseling Psychotherapy through Adler Graduate School in Richfield and holds a licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy. Beth worked for Head Start as a Family Education Specialist for 10 years and served on the Children’s Mental Health Committee before joining CMMHC team in fall of 2009. Beth has had roles in ARMHS, Day Treatment, Targeted Case Management and Outpatient Therapy, leading to the position of Director of Health Integration. The Health Integration Director promotes Health Integration to all CMMHC programs and provides support implementing this philosophy. Beth coordinates as a Department of Human Services 0-5 grant, oversees our Adult and Children’s Targeted Case Management Team and Therapeutic Support Services Skill’s program.
Dawn Benson-Hance – MS, LPCC, LSW
Dawn completed her bachelor’s degree in social work from St. Cloud State University and her master’s degree in mental health counseling from Walden University. She is a licensed professional Clinical Counselor and a licensed Social Worker. Dawn has been in the human services field since 1997 before joining the CMMHC team in 2007. She is currently an Outpatient Therapist and the Clinical Supervisor for the Adult TCM team. Her expertise include individual therapy for adults with mood and anxiety disorders, trauma with the use of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) related interventions and interpersonal relationship issues.
William Johnson – BA, MHP
Will completed his bachelor’s degree in psychology and philosophy from St. Cloud State University. Prior to joining the CMMHC team, Will was a Direct Support Professional in group and individual homes and worked in the Inpatient Adult Mental Health Unit at the St. Cloud Hospital. He is currently the Health Integration and Housing Supervisor and oversees our HUD-COC rental assistance program, Coming Home St. Cloud and Health Integration Alliance. His areas of expertise are housing, targeted case management, homelessness and health integration.
Hannah LaDuke – LSW
Hannah completed her bachelor’s degree in social work from St. Cloud State University and is a licensed Social Worker. Hannah started her career in social work at Wacosa working with individuals with disabilities seeking employment opportunities. Following Wacosa, Hannah worked at the Youth Resiliency Program with severely emotionally disturbed children instilling social skills and behavior modification. Hannah joined the CMMHC team in 2014 and became the Program Manager for the Children’s Targeted Case Management Program in 2017.
Stephanie Loehlein – MS
Stephanie completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology and her master’s degree in rehabilitation and addictions counseling at St. Cloud State University. Stephanie has work experience with domestic violence survivors and individuals with disabilities. She joined the CMMHC team in 2015 and is currently the Program Manager for the Adult Targeted Case Management Team.