In some nonprofit case management scenarios, all a client needs is a little “push” in the right direction. Once they receive comprehensive initial support, they’ll continue building momentum in that direction independently until they reach the outcome. These types of clients may already be experienced with programs, and are typically self-motivated and adaptable. Additionally, these clients must have minimal personal, mental, or physical limitations that would impact their ability to complete a program. If this is the case for any of your clients, the Brokerage Case Management model may be of use to you. Here are some features that characterize it and make it unique.