What is Case Management? Providing professional provide accountability for individual struggling with addiction and/or mental health challenges and supporting their families.
This will help minimize emotional pressures for families and/or individual clients in throughout their recovery process. Case Management is a collaborative process of ongoing assessment, treatment planning and evaluation by advocating for persons struggling with addiction and/or mental health challenges and providing guidance and support for entire family.
Five Stages of Case Management
• Engagement – Enrollment, building relationships, creating a structured action plan to support family members and/or clients needing additional support services.
• Assessment – Identify strengths and barriers of clients, summarized in both objective and subjective terms, to create a plan for the client and/or family.
• Planning/goal setting– Explores goals, maximizes client’s strengths, outlines activities, and has a timeline.
• Intervention – Identifies appropriate services and supports, making referrals and linkages to services and arranging referrals.
• Monitoring – Client cooperation Case management coordination, achieve the goals expected (accountability).
Structure Continuing-Care Program / Client Case Management:
- Weekly check-ins call with clients/ family – checking in for 30 minutes, 1-7 hours weekly or
being available 24/7weekly, text messaging, researching various services.
- Sober Link Monitoring for clients leaving treatment.
- Supporting and guiding the client with 12 step meetings support providing accountability.
- For clients leaving treatment, weekly schedule 60-minute in person and/or virtual appointment
- Providing a treatment plan that may involve sober companions, inpatient/outpatient treatment
and/or collaborating and working with other professionals.
- Collaboration with family members daily and/or weekly, this depends on the needs of the family.