Wright County's Targeted Case Management Advisory Board meets three times each year to provide a mechanism for the director of the Wright County's Targeted Case Management Service to understand the needs of individuals served in the case management program and the best way to meet those needs. Thus the Board provides counsel to establish not only solutions to issues and problems but the means and methods by which the solutions are reached. The Board is made up of the Director of the Targeted Case Management Office, The Wright County Board of Supervisors, persons who represent people with disability, and persons with disability.
Members of the Board form various committees that assist in the development of the Targeted Case Management Quality Assurance Plan. These committees provide input into the development of goals and objectives for the Targeted Case Management program in Wright County. In addition the Board and its committees review budgets and cost reports and provide information to assist in their development. The Board receives educational information in order to make them effective advocates for the mental health system in Iowa at both state and local levels.
This Board usually meets from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at the Pizza Ranch in Clarion Iowa. The Board receives a paid lunch as part of the meeting. If you are interested in Wright County's case management program and would like to participate on the Board feel free to contact us to receive an invitation to the next meeting. It is the desire of the Wright County Board of Supervisors to obtain input from as many people served as possible.
The Wright County TCM Advisory Board has a mission statement that provides direction to it's activities. That mission statement is as follows: Wright County's case management program has the purpose and most noble goal of assisting individuals achieve lives of high purpose, deeply embedded in their communities, engaged in meaningful relationships, and pursuing both economic and spiritual goals.
Supervisor Maasdam - (515) 532-2901