Catholic Charities of Buffalo announces the recent appointment of Amanda Mallwitz to a leadership role in its Care Coordination Services. Mallwitz has been named Supervisor of Project HOPE, overseeing the staff and services provided to keep older adults with a mental health diagnosis in their home environment through linkage, referral, advocacy and intervention with formal and informal supports. She comes to Catholic Charities with a background in customer service, staff supervision and high quality client care. Most recently serving as the director of community care coordination of veterans at Agnes Manor, she also served as a caseworker at Baker Victory Services. Mallwitz received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Niagara University. In addition to Project HOPE, Catholic Charities’ Care Coordination Services also provides Encompass Children’s Health Home Care Management for children birth to 21 to help meet a child’s physical, dental or mental health needs in support of making a family’s life better, Comprehensive Care for adults age 60 and over with in-home case management and service coordination in an effort to provide viable solutions, options and support to empower individuals to remain and thrive in their homes, and the Community Health Worker Program for individuals 18 years and older who need help navigating various healthcare systems.
For more information about Care Coordination Services or about the organization and all its programs and services, contact Catholic Charities at (716) 218-1400 or go to ccwny.org. You can also find Catholic Charities on Facebook at facebook.com/ccbuffalo, on Twitter at twitter.com/ccbuffalo and on Instagram at Instagram.com/catholiccharitiesbuffalo.