What is Case Management?
Case management is the management and continual oversight of your early-stage recovery goals. But honestly we hate the term, because our clients are people, not cases. You or your loved one is not a “case,” but for the sake of communicating with the industry at large about what we do, we have to use the term. Yes, we do “case management.” But please know that we don’t consider you a “case.”
Our case management services include:
Individualized treatment plans: We will work with you to create a personalized plan that addresses your specific needs and challenges. This plan may include a combination of therapy, counseling, and other proven techniques to help you overcome your addiction and build a healthier, more fulfilling life.
Support and guidance: Our team will provide you with the support and guidance you need to navigate the challenges of recovery. We will be there to listen to your concerns and offer advice and encouragement as you take steps towards a sober, fulfilling life.
Access to resources: We will connect you with a range of resources, including support groups, counseling services, and other organizations that can help you on your journey to recovery.
Services we provide
When you are enrolled in our case management program, it includes:
- Development of an individualized treatment plan that considers the whole family
- Psychoeducation for concerned family members
- Access to our private video library of courses to help family members cope with addiction in the family
- Weekly executive coaching sessions with the person in recovery
- Monthly coaching sessions with the family
- Monitoring of Drug Tests and Brethalyzer results in a shared spreadsheet
- Continual advocacy throughout residential treatment, intensive outpatient (IOP), and partial hospitalization programs (PHP).
- Guidance and recommendations on continuing therapeutic options, support groups, and connection to a network of mentors who have been through similar experiences.
Why would I want case management?
- Case management gives you extra support and accountability in early recovery.
- A case manager can provide ongoing support and assistance, including helping you access aftercare services and other support programs to help them maintain your recovery.
- A case manager can provide advocacy and accountability data to your family, removing suspicion and helping to restore trust.
- A case manager can keep track of data and resources that may be necessary for legal proceedings
- A case manager can be a reliable sounding board for someone trying to navigate their days of early sobriety.