At Cottonwood, Inc. we are committed to helping individuals with disabilities shape their own future. A case manager helps individuals shape their own future through knowledge, community support, consistency of service and advocacy.

Satisfaction Survey Results: Persons served, 99% satisfied.


Case managers serve as valuable resources. They have the knowledge, the training, and the experience to help individuals find services in the community and access benefits. They can help individuals find services in the community and access benefits. They can help individuals understand their choices and the risk associated with those choices.


A case manager’s highest priority is the people they serve. It’s their job to protect individual’s rights. Case managers also make sure individuals understand what their rights are. They are always looking out for the individuals they serve and are making sure that they understand their choices.

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Case managers help set individual goals and outline the path needed to get there. They help find services that are available in the community and meet regularly with the people in each individual’s support network to help obtain goals.


Case managers provide consistency and support as individuals make transitions in life and work. For almost three decades, Cottonwood has been assisting individuals with changes in their life. From school to the work place or from parent’s homes to individually owned apartments, a case manager can be there, if requested, giving support and guiding individuals in all new endeavors.

Health Support

The Health Support team consist of:  Health Support Manager, RN, LPN, Health Support Clerk, and 2 Health Support Specialist (drives and accompanies consumers to medical appointments), and a RN that is utilized on a “as needed” basis when the other nurses may need to take an extended leave.

The Health Support team serves individuals accessing residential services at Cottonwood who choose Cottonwood to serve as their designated health care coordinator.  Team members schedule medical appointments, transport individuals to such appointments, make wellness visits for health and medical issues, assist individuals in taking medicine and accompany consumers to appointments.

For more information, e-mail Janet Fouche-Schack, Director of Support Services  jfoucheschack@cwood.org