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SEICM offices are located throughout Southeast Iowa. For office locations please click here

Services from SICM

SICM is accredited by the Division of Mental Health and Disability Services to provide Case Management within the State of Iowa.

We locate and provide a link to many services for our clients as part of several Medicaid funded programs:

- Intellectual Disabilities Waiver
- Brain Injury Waiver
- Elderly Waiver
- Habilitation Services

Services Available

- Adult Day Care
- Assistive Devices
- Behavioral Programming
- Chore Services
- Consumer Directed Attendant Care
- Family Counseling and Training
- Home Delivered Meals
- Home and Vehicle Modifications
- Home Health Aide
- Interim Medical Monitoring and Treatment
- Mental Health Outreach
- Nursing
- Personal Emergency Response System
- Prevocational
- Respite
- Specialized Medical Equipment
- Supported Community Living
- Supported Community Living - Residential Based
- Supported Employment
- Transportation

We measure our success by the accomplishments of our clients as they overcome challenges and break down barriers. Our employees have strength of character to never give up, either on our clients or ourselves. With integrity, we strive to make the lives of our individuals more fulfilling and successful and our community more accepting. Employees are given training, support, and opportunities to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve. Southeast Iowa Case Management is a leader in linking disability to ability by promoting wellness, community involvement, and personal growth opportunities in a non-judgmental and caring environment. In doing so, we enrich our own lives and acknowledge the diversity of all.

For more information regarding these services and others, please contact your local Southeast Iowa Case Management office or complete the attached authorization and referral forms and return them to your local office.


It is the mission of Southeast Iowa Case Management, (SICM) to assist MH/ID/DD/BI individuals in achieving their greatest potential and to maximize their quality of life. SICM promotes consumer driven services based upon the person's strengths and needs and will assist individuals in the process of increasing independence in settings that are least restrictive, age appropriate, and integrated into the community.  Case Managers will inform individuals of their rights and responsibilities as citizens, investigate an array of funding options and encourage the use of natural supports in the individual's community.