Annual National Dues
Individual A – $163
Case Manager Membership: Individuals engaged in the field of case management. To qualify for this membership category, you must have a health professional degree, current license or national certification in the health or human services profession. Individual A members have full voting privileges and are eligible to hold local, state/regional, and national offices.
Individual B – $163
Associate Membership: Individuals actively providing case management related services. Individuals who do not qualify for the Individual A membership (i.e. do not have a professional degree, current license or national certification in the health or human services profession) can join under this membership category. Individual B members have full voting privileges and are eligible to hold local, state/regional, and national offices.
Student – $103
To qualify for the student rate for National dues, the individual must be enrolled in a program of case management or related health or human service field that leads to a B.A., licensure, national certification, or graduate degree. You will need to fax a copy of your current student identification card or other official document from your institution to CMSA at (501) 221-9068.
Military/VA – $116
Active, retired or contracted Case Managers engaged in the field of case management within any section of the United States Military including, but not limited to, the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, National Guard, Reserves or Veterans Affairs. Military dependents not eligible. Military members have full voting privileges.
International – $133
Case Managers engaged in the field of case management outside the boundaries of the United States of America. International members receive access to all online benefits and have full voting privileges, but due to international postage costs, do not receive printed publications.
Web Subscriber – $163
This selection does not include membership into CMSA. This option only provides a one-year subscription to the members-only sections of the website. Web Subscribers do not receive membership publications, nor do they have voting privileges.
NOTE: Dues are not deductible as charitable contributions for Income Tax purposes. Dues may be considered ordinary and necessary business deductions. (5% of national member dues are dedicated to pursuits of health policy issues and are not deductible).
Each of CMSA's local chapters assesses local dues in order to support local events, meetings, activities and outreach programs. All members are required to join CMSA at both the national and local levels IF the local chapter is within 60 miles or 60 minutes of your location. Members may join more than one chapter as long as all applicable dues are paid. Need more information about your local chapter? Contact them at www.cmsa.org/chapterleaders