Children and families will receive an array of case management services, which will include interagency, and intra-agency consultation, communication, coordination and referral, ensuring access to resources. A range of areas in which resources may be beneficial to the client and family such as: school, recreation, social supports, finances, housing, transportation, parenting, therapy for others in the family, emergency assistance (financial), vocation, child care, substance use, legal assistance, etc. Case Managers are trained to use this tool in a manner in which it will promote a sense of support and connectedness to the agency, and in which the therapist and Case Managers can work together to empower the clients to address the needs identified and implement the services recommended.