The Columbus Organization Announces Extended Charter Membership with the National Association of Case Management

Wayne, PA, October 26, 2018 

The Columbus Organization, a nationally recognized leader in community based care coordination services for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, today announced that the company will become a 10-year Charter Member of the National Association of Case Management (NACM) effective immediately.  Since its founding in 1984, The Columbus Organization has collaborated with over 140 state and local agencies, school districts in 42 states, and numerous non-profit organizations, and today serves over 10,000 individuals in the community.  Committed to ensuring every individual has an opportunity to achieve his/her meaningful-life goals, the company leverages both a time-tested national infrastructure and personalized compassionate approaches to help individuals and families navigate the often challenging path to appropriate, reliable, and effective care.

President & COO Jeff Klimaski stated, “We are thrilled to join the National Association of Case Management in a 10-year commitment to drive higher quality community supports, and leading on the continuous improvement of critical skills and experiences the case management community needs to advance the care provided to the people we serve.  We strongly believe a mindset of continuous improvement, advocacy, sharing of best practices, and access to thought leadership afforded to the case management community through the National Association of Case Management, will continue to improve and advance the care we provide to the people we serve.  We look forward to working with the National Association of Case Management over the next decade to drive our shared mission.”


About The Columbus Organization

The Columbus Organization empowers individuals to realize their meaningful–life goals through nationally recognized care coordination, professional clinical staffing, and quality improvement services for the intellectual/developmental disability (IDD) and behavioral needs communities. Leveraging an unmatched depth of expertise, breadth of resources, diversity of thinking, and dedication to finding the most appropriate, personalized solutions for clients, The Columbus Organization provides a wide array of services specifically for families, individuals and the organizations that support them. For more information, visit


About The National Association of Case Management

The National Association of Case Management is the only not-for-profit national voice for Case Managers and Service Coordinators. Members of the National Association of Case Management are part of a network of practicing professionals who are advocates for community-based case management systems. These valued members share ideas and work to minimize bureaucratic barriers, practice high ethical standards, support career growth, and promote the vitality and professional image of case management and service coordination. For more information, visit

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