Adult Mental Health-Targeted Case Management (AMH-TCM)
Technical Assistance Resources
What is MH-TCM?
Minnesota statute defines Adult Mental Health Targeted Case Management services (AMH-TCM) as activities that are designed 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 the client’s mental health needs. Case management services include developing a functional assessment, and individual community support plan, referring and assisting the person to obtain needed mental health and other services, ensuring coordination of services, and monitoring the delivery of services.
What services are available?
Who is eligible for this service?
How to become a provider – Applications/Certifications/Licensure
Not available at this time.
None at this time.
How can I get more information?
AMH-TCM Policy Lead, 651-431-2225
2010 MH-TCM survey summary (PDF) 8 pages
Adult Case Management Web-Based Training Curriculum (PDF) 2 pages
Minnesota Administrative Rule
Minnesota "administrative rule" is a regulatory document adopted to implement and make specific a law administered by a state agency (Minnesota Department of Human Services - concerning AMH-TCM). The rule sets forth the nature, standards and requirements related to the administration of the specific law. Rules are written by DHS with formal public comment/input process.
Minnesota Rules, parts 9520.0900 to 9520.0926 (often called Rule 79) establish standards and procedures for providing AMH-TCM services; and are intended to comply with, and must be read in conjunction with Minnesota Statutes cited above and the MHCP Provider Manual. The Minnesota Rules parts 9520.0900 to 9520.0926 related to case management may be found under Chapter 9520 (Mental Health Services)Report/Rate this page