CCRI, in collaboration with Community Care Alliance, is launching Case Manager training for people who want to work with adult clients with mental illness and other life challenges to ensure proper care options to meet their mental, physical, and emotional needs. Students will earn college credits from CCRI and participate in a paid internship with Community Care Alliance. Program graduates can expect to continue their employment as a full-time Case Managers with Community Care Alliance and earn a pay increase for successful completion. Students will also earn an accredited Certificate in Social Services and 20 college credits if they meet all program requirements.
The Case Manager training runs for approximately five months and consists of a 2-week initial training to prepare students for a 20-29 hour per week externship. Students will continue their education by taking three classes at a time until program completion.
If interested in applying for future cohorts, please complete our Program Inquiry Form.
Due to the nature of this program, full immunizations, including COVID-19 vaccination are required. Exceptions may be made for students with a qualifying health condition that prohibits safely receiving the vaccine, if proper documentation is provided and approved prior to the beginning of the program.
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