Civil – CFCHS contracts with Community Mental Health Treatment Centers in each of its covered counties to provide a Community Case Manager for individuals residing in State Mental Health Treatment Facilities. The Community Case Manager coordinates admission and discharge planning for the civil system. They track individuals during their state mental health treatment stay and post-discharge to ensure treatment engagement, stable housing, resumption or acquisition of benefits, and meaningful involvement in the community.
Forensic – CFCHS contracts with Community Mental Health Treatment Centers in each of its covered counties to provide forensic case management services for individuals charged with or at-risk of being charged with a felony offense. These are individuals who have been court ordered for an evaluation or who have been committed to the Department of Children and Families (DCF) under the provisions of Chapter 916, F.S. Specifically, these are individuals who have received an Order for Evaluation of Competency or Sanity or have been adjudicated as Incompetent to Proceed (ITP) or Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGI) due to mental illness.