of Pittsburgh) offer a concise and practical guide for social work students and new practitioners (and their supervisors) that explains the functions of the mental health case manager, common issues encountered, and the basic knowledge needed to address them.
What does MHCM stand for?
MHCM stands for Mental Health Case Manager (behavioral science)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 4 other meanings of MHCM in our Acronym Attic
- Mental Health Center of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida)
- Myosin Heavy Chain Kinase
- Myosin II Heavy Chain Kinase A
- Master of Health Care Leadership
- Microdischarge Hollow Cathode Lamp
- Mr. Horan's Computer Lab
- Mile High Community Loan Fund (Denver, CO)
- Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (UK)
- Master of Health Care Management (graduate degree; various locations)
- Master of Science in Health Care Management (educational program)
- Meridian Health Care Management
- Mixed Hockey Club Muiderberg (Muiderberg, North Holland, Netherlands)
- Medicine Hat Community Network (Canada)
- Mixed Hockey Club Nieuwegein (Nieuwegein, Netherlands)
- Mobile Health Clinics Network (San Francisco, CA)
- Myosin Heavy Chain-Neonatal (gene)
- Managed Health Care Organization
- Manufactured Housing Communities of Oregon
- Masonic Home for Children at Oxford (Oxford, NC)
- Miniature Horse Club of Ontario (Canada)
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Optional health team members may also include an individual's treating primary care physician, treating psychiatrist, and mental health case manager, nutritionist/dietician, pharmacist, peer recovery specialist, grade school personnel or other representative as appropriate to meet clients' needs (e.
The third major tool is the I-team, which consists of the VR counselor from MCB's Deaf-Blind Project, the intervenor, the community mental health case manager, a parent and/or group home manager, the day program representative, and the individual with deaf-blindness.