Case management

Welcome! Please read carefully:

Your MFIP case has been transferred to MVNA for case management and home visiting:

  1. What is case management?
    • We’re here to help you do the things you need to do to maintain your government benefits!
    • If we can’t help you, we will try to help you find the right resources.
  2. Why home visiting? It’s so much better for us to see you in person to understand any issues you’re going through and might help with:
    • Prenatal education
    • Parenting support
    • Community resources and referrals for
      • Mental health
      • Parenting classes
      • Housing resources
      • Domestic violence support
      • Finding a school to attend
    • Locating a good daycare
    • Items needed for baby
    • Teaching about baby’s growth and development
    • Advocacy: helping you figure out how to meet your goals
    • Family planning
      • Child spacing
      • Birth control options
      • General family goals
    • Life skills
      • Budgeting
      • Time management
      • Job search
      • Problem solving
  1. Your case manager will be a Public Health Nurse (PHN), Social Worker (SW), Community Health Worker (CHW), or a combination of these.
  2. Your education plan has not changed—your job is to go to school every day while on MFIP and maintain at least 80% attendance.
  3. You must meet your MVNA case manager at least once a month in person to keep your full MFIP grant and comply with the rules of MFIP