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Recovery Case Management & Aftercare Services

Who can benefit?

Are ready to rebuild healthy relationships?

This is the time for your family, to learn, to practice healthy boundaries, embrace the much-needed changes for recovery healing.

What is Case Management? Providing professional accountability for individuals affected by addictions and/or mental health challenges. Case Management will help minimize the emotional pressures families and/or individuals experience while building healthy relationships through the recovery process

Case Management can be for persons completing treatments or families needing professional support. The goal of case management is to advocate for the entire family, by creating healthy boundaries. Case Management provides real-time advice, guidance to problems or to find solutions, having a professional available, to make changes.

First Stage:

In the first 30 days of case management services, it will be important to understand the importance of gathering information on the family by completing client intake and/or family assessment. This will help the case manager to create a treatment plan for both the client and family.  After the first 30 days of initial case management services, the case manager will review the client’s needs and the family’s needs, which will help with a fee structure.

  1. Family Assessment
  2. Client Intake Assessment
  3. Treatment Plan

Recovery Case Management: (What to expect?)

  • In-Person meetings
  • Assessment and treatment planning
  • Referrals to other professionals
  • Collaborating with other professionals
  • Virtual conference meetings
  • Telephone calls
  • Text message support
  • Recovery coaching
  • Sober link testing
  • Signed releases (HIPPA Laws)
  • 12 step meetings
  • Recovery support groups
  • Provide drug and alcohol screening/ random testing.

Case Management for Families? Many families decided to begin our Case Management Service because of the following concerns.

  • A loved one who is struggling with drugs, alcohol, or mental health issues.
  • A loved one who is willing to go to treatment, but need help finding options.
  • A loved one with legal issues like probation, parole, or open cases.
  • A desire to learn new ways to become a support system for a loved one.
  • A need for strategic solutions to a variety of ongoing problems with a loved one.
  • A need to organize and educate on setting healthy boundaries and identify unhealthy behaviors.

Case Management for Aftercare Services: Clients who have admitted to having a problem with drugs, alcohol, and/or mental health challenges and open to having a professional oversee a recovery plan.

  • Clients completing inpatient treatment programs
  • Clients needing professional accountability
  • Clients needing daily or weekly support
  • Clients needing drug/alcohol monitoring
  • Clients living in sober living environments
  • Clients moving home with their families
  • Recommendation by the treatment team
  • Clients needing an advocate to help with family relationships
  • Monitoring Drug Screens

Case Management Objectives and Goals:

  • A better understanding of both addiction and recovery.
  • Develop new skills, to have healthy communication in relationships.
  • Coordinate with other professionals i.e.:
  • inpatient programs, outpatient programs, detox programs, doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, etc.
  • Case management case is a safe place for individuals/families, to discuss various topics.
  • Research, identify and coordinate appropriate treatment options
  • Logistics around getting your loved one into treatment.
  • Help identify positive and negative roles played within the family system.
  • Building common grounds with family members and the patient.
  • Facilitating hard conversations in a meaningful way.
  • Creating boundaries, setting new rules, and healthy communication.

This is the time for your family, to learn to practice healthy boundaries, embrace the much-needed changes for recovery and healing.