Since 2012, The Columbus Organization’s subsidiary, Commonwealth Case Management, has been committed to serving the citizens of Kentucky with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Through our caring services, the individuals and families we support have more choice, personal power, and control of their lives. We believe individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities should be valued and given the same opportunities to reach their potential as those without disabilities.
The Columbus Organization’s subsidiary, Commonwealth Case Management, provides these services statewide to individuals being supported through various waivers including the Supports for Community Living (SCL) and the Michelle P. Waiver (MPW).
Our experienced case managers demonstrate their person-centered approach by:
Your collaborative case management success depends on the relationships and communication between all agencies sharing services. We demonstrate this belief by being responsive, supportive, dependable, and professional.
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Kentucky Executive Director
2333 Alexandria Drive
Lexington, KY 40504
Meet Our Kentucky Case Managers
Melinda L: I have been in case management for the last 17 years. I started with the Columbus organization when they opened in Kentucky. Before that I worked at a SCL company as a case manager, supervisor, residential and day training staff which helped me pay my way through college. I graduated from Eastern Kentucky University. I am a mom of a 22 year old who is a senior in college that will be graduating from the same school in May. I am also a dog mom of a shitzu and a pitbull.
Lisa E: Lisa has been a case manager in Kentucky for almost 7 years- the past 1 1/2 of those have been with the Columbus Organization. Prior to case management, Lisa was a Special Education teacher in the public school system for 17 years. She completed her undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Kentucky. Lisa is married and has 3 children. She enjoys traveling, music, movies, spending time with her family & friends, and reading.
Dustin A: Dustin has been a Case Manager for 10 years, 2 of those years with the Columbus Organization. Prior to Case Management, Dustin was a program specialist supporting people with IDD in Ohio. Dustin has a drive and dedication to provide the highest level of supports and advocation in the IDD field. While supporting people as a program Specialist, Dustin obtained his Bachelors degree from Indiana University. Dustin is married and has two children, a boy and girl. He enjoys spending time with family who lives in many different states, playing guitar, hiking and going to sporting events.
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