Case Management project is funded by the Office of Minority Health and Refugee Affairs through the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services. Every week, BCNH receives 50-60 individuals seeking support and assistance. Caseworkers assess and identify their specific needs and offer appropriate services, including referrals on the case by case basis. The program includes rides to appointments, case management, home visits, crisis intervention, and educating New Americans on post-resettlement needs for medical, employment, and family issues. This program provides an outlet for our clients to socialize and integrate meaningfully into a community of communities.
The program also assists refugees and asylees aged 60 and older. It includes home visits, referrals, and coordination of health care appointments and assistance with housing needs, English classes, and preparation for naturalization tests.
The program provides ongoing referrals and daily case management for over 1250 individuals annually. Presently, BCNH has a caseload of 400 families.
Key Program Staffs:
- Deepak Das, Concord
- Amar Poudel, Manchester
- Clement Kigugu, Concord
- Mohammad Mustak, Nashua
Funder: Office of Minority Health and Refugee Affairs; New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Current End Date: 09/30/2018