Some services provided by the Alabama Department of Human Resources as of 2015 include adult day care programs, which provide protective supervision and extended family support for individuals age 18 and over who are largely independent but still require a minimal amount of consistent support. Alabama's adult foster care program provides protective assistance for clients with cognitive, emotional or physical limitations who cannot safely live alone and have no family able to potentially provide temporary shelter.Continue Reading
Alabama's Human Resources Department also helps clients by providing case management services. The case management process uses a series of tasks to identify and implement assistance options available from various social programs. Case management allows caseworkers to efficiently and effectively monitor progress levels for clients who are receiving simultaneous care from multiple providers.
Targeted Case Management is designed for a specific subset of clients aged 18 and over. The process helps facilitate application and enrollment procedures for social, educational and health care programs. TCM is designed to protect at-risk individuals who are especially vulnerable to victimization, maltreatment or abuse, as well as clients in danger of institutionalization resulting from an in-home caregiver's inadequate care.
The department offers an array of family-focused support services, such as child care options, cash relief programs and food stamp benefits. Other resources include child protective services, adoption assistance and help with foster care.Learn more about HR