Case Management

patient meeting with case managerCase Management services are offered throughout all levels of care.  Case Management includes a needs assessment and weekly (or more if determined necessary) meetings with a case manager.

Case managers can assist with basic needs (insurance, food, transportation, housing) to obtaining identification (DLS, ID) as well as connecting individuals with services to meet their specific needs (mental health service, physical health services, etc.).

Case Management may be provided, as allowed, in the home or in the community if preferred by the client.

The primary goal of case management is to help you find the resources you need to become and remain healthy and self-sufficient. The case management plan is essentially a road map created by the case manager with extensive input from you. Each step of the plan shows how you will use resources to overcome addiction, find work and housing, and maintain sobriety.

The case manager either maintains contact with you to receive updates on progress, gathers progress reports from outside services like rehabilitation and therapists, or both. By using milestones to track your progress, the case manager can determine how effective the treatment plan is and whether it should be re-evaluated.

Leaving a paper trail helps to track your progress on a long-term basis. If you leave the case manager’s care but then return for support later, the original plan, level of completion, and overall effectiveness will remain on record for future reference. This can help with the development of a new plan, or it may involve a return to the original plan.


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