"The demands of the system often distract us from hearing the voices of those we serve."

Why is Case Management so important?

  • "Mom and Pop" oriented Company
  • Dedicated
  • Experienced
  • Fun! 
  • Resourceful
  • Involved
  • Genuine
  • "Old Style" Case Management
  • Personalized 
  • Not "top heavy"

Why we do what we do

We are all in this together! FUTURES will be posting additional links on our Resource Page to on-going COVID-19 information, waiver changes, food bank information, any new Federal or State orders, etc. If you have a link to information that would be helpful, please let your Case Manager know or email our CEO, Florence Hobby at florence@futurescasemanagement.com.

I have spoken to the director of my local Humane Society. They do have resources to help families who are struggling to feed their pets. Many Humane Societies across they state have similar resources but not all. Please call your local Humane Society if you are in need of assistance. ​ 

FUTURES loves to be involved in the disability community whenever possible. Please click for me. 


FUTURES in a Nutshell

FUTURES Gives Back

Information and Resources

Major Corona Kudos to Pam Landesman!!! The minutes Pam heard there was a shortage of mask to protect those protecting us, she took action. With fabric donated by Diane Jansma (THANK YOU DIANE), Pam started making about 30 mask a day. They have been donated nursing facilities, hospitals, EMTs, paramedics, provider agencies, pregnant woman and elderly who need to go to medical appointments. Pam continues to get more and more orders for mask and continues to work tirelessly to fill those orders! THANK YOU PAM!!!

Facilitating Unique triumphs through understanding respect and everyday supports


Links to important resources for families and individuals 

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F.U.T.U.R.E.S. Case Management wants to extend an extra thank you to everyone working hard to during the COVID-19 crisis to be sure the men and women on the front lines have necessary safety equipment. For COVID-19 resources, please visit our COVID-19 Resource page