PCAP is a three-year case management program. Our trained and supervised bachelor-level case managers work closely with their clients on a one-on-one basis over this time period. Clients can expect to see their case manager face-to-face an average of two times per month. In-between in-person visits, clients can expect to hear from their case managers via call, text, or other electronic communication.
The case managers offer regular home visitation and link women and their families with a comprehensive array of existing community resources to address health care, housing, child welfare and other issues. Case managers help mothers identify personal goals and the steps necessary to achieve them; they monitor progress, facilitate case conferencing and integrated service delivery among providers, transport clients and children to important appointments and work actively with the extended family.
If a woman has Abused alcohol/drugs during pregnancy; are pregnant or up to 12 months post-partum; and are ineffectively connected to community services OR Women who have a child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), and are currently abusing alcohol, and are in their childbearing years.
There is childcare offered, free of charge, during group which is offered three times a week from 1pm to 2:30pm. Family is welcome during lunch hour.
PCAP case managers do not offer legal advice but can facilitate referrals to receive legal services at no cost.
There is no charge to the client. PCAP is funded through a contract with Department of Health.
Snohomish County PCAP is located at 1721 Hewitt, Ste 200, Everett, WA 98201. You can call the office at (425) 259-7142 Ext. 200 for more information.