Erie County Care Management
Your personal guide into and through the system.
Mental Health

We help children, adolescents and adults with behavioral health issues achieve recovery.

Intellectual Disabilities

We help people with intellectual disabilities reach their potential to live a meaningful & productive life.

Early Intervention

Service coordination for children from birth to 3 years of age who display developmental delays.

Health Choices

Locally serving the mental health needs of individuals with medical assistance in PA.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Supporting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder overcome obstacles to achieve an independent and fulfilling life.

As your Personal Guide

 

Erie County Care Management (ECCM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to making you eligible for and authorize you for services through our early intervention service coordinationautism supports coordination, intellectual disabilities support coordination, and behavioral/mental health case management.  Our goal is to Build Independence, One Empowered Consumer at a Time.

 

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Recent Posts

Youth Mental Health Services: A Societal Necessity

March 11th, 2020

Given the early onset of many serious mental and psychological disorders, connecting to the proper youth mental health services is a must for our children and adolescents.

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The Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Waiver: Expanding Resources For Autistic Adults in Pennsylvania

February 20th, 2020

In PA, autistic adults often have difficulty connecting with the resources needed for a fuller life. Learn about ECCM’s more inclusive autism waiver program, the Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Waiver.

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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Another Tool in the Autism Early Intervention Toolkit

January 22nd, 2020

In parent-child interaction therapy, certified therapists coach parents on interactions with their child in real-time to reduce negative behaviors and strengthen the relationship. Find out why this therapy, originally used for disruptive behavior disorders, is increasingly being employed in autism early intervention plans. 

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