Case Management Services
Tracey (DeLuca) Bray
Case Manager, ARMHS Worker
Tracey (DeLuca) Bray has been working in the mental health field for 15 years. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in applied psychology at Bemidji State University. She specializes working with adults who have severe and persistent mental illnesses. She is very dedicated to her clients and believes in a team approach. When she is not dedicating her time to her clients she will be spending time with family especially her grand children. She loves camping and being outdoors.
Targeted Case Management
The purpose of target case management is to help adults with serious and persistent mental illness in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, and other necessary services as they relate to they client's mental health needs.
Who is eligible for TCM?
An eligible recipient is an individual who:
Is age 18 or older.
Is diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, borderline personality disorder or schizoaffective disorder; evidences a significant impairment in their functioning; and has a written opinion from a mental health professional stating they are likely to have future episodes requiring inpatient or residential treatment unless community support program services are provided.
Has had two or more episodes of inpatient care for mental illness within the past 24 months.
Has had continuous psychiatric hospitalization or residential treatment exceeding six months duration within the past 12 months.
Had been treated by a crisis team two or more times within the past 24 months.
Has been committed by a court as a mentally ill person under Minnesota statutes in the last three years, or the adult's commitment as a mentally ill person has been stayed or continued.
Was eligible under one of the above criteria but the specific time period has ended.
Was eligible as a child with severe emotional disturbance, and the recipient has a written opinion from a mental health professional in the past three years stating that they are reasonably likely to have future episodes requiring inpatient or residential treatment of a frequency described in the above criteria, unless ongoing case management or community support services are provided.
What services are provided through TCM?
Medical support services
Vocational support services
Educational support services
Social support services
Community assistance programs
How can I make a referral to the TCM Program?
Please send completed Itasca County Rule 79 Adult Mental Health Referral form, along with an updated Diagnostic Assessment to Itasca County Health and Human Services .