Case Management

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Case Management with a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor

Sober Escorts Case Managers help clients set and maintain their trajectory towards a sustainable recovery. A Case Manager serves as a client’s advocate through the process of treatment and early recovery. Successfully treating addiction, alcoholism, or mental illness requires carefully coordinated care. Case Management service provides you with a single point of contact in coordinating and managing your loved ones care to make sure they get exactly the help they need and deserve.

Why Choose Pure Recovery

Case managers work directly with clients, family members, doctors, therapists, clinicians, and other outside service providers to keep clients on track and promote long-term recovery. By helping clients create realistic, achievable recovery goals, case managers keep clients accountable while encouraging improved self-confidence, and self-discipline – the two cornerstones of healthy long-term sobriety. 

Support Systems

When you're dealing with an addiction, your support system is very important. You need to have people you can talk to and trust about your issues.

Round-The-Clock Support

We make sure that our client's are provided with round-the-clock support in every department.

Evidence-Based Treatment

Evidence-based treatment is one that relies on scientific data and medical knowledge to provide support for a specific treatment or procedure.

Family Therapy & Couples Counseling

Family therapy and couples counseling offer the opportunity for individuals and families to receive one-on-one help.

Fitness Center

Recreational activities like a fitness center is important in an individuals lifestyle. Working out can help the individual get their mind off things.

Prepared Meals

When you are able to make healthy choices and enjoy a good meal, you'll find that you are happier, healthier, and even have more energy than ever before.

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How does Case Management with Substance Abuse Counselor work?

A substance abuse counselor will take an individualized case history and from there create a personalized treatment plan. He or she will organize the facts and refer the client to appropriate resources to make sure they receive the best treatment possible. The objective of case management is to assist the client with the healing process while they are receiving treatment. While a client is enrolled in recovery at a sober living facility, he or she will be assigned a case manager who will work with them in developing a recovery plan that meets their needs. There are many benefits to using a case management provider such as being able to access a variety of specialists and resources that can help the client with their recovery.

Benefits of Our Case Mangement Services

The first benefit of using a case management service is that the counselor helps in developing a personalized treatment plan for each client. This means that while all of the needs of one client are met, the counselor will also work on developing a treatment plan that addresses the specific needs of each individual. This ensures that the best care is being given to each person in the treatment program.

Second, most counseling agencies utilize a peer review process where clients are paired with counselors they have worked with in the past or who are deemed suitable for the job. The peer-review process ensures that the best people for the job are being matched with the right counselor and the client gets the personal attention he or she deserves. Many alcohol and drug addiction treatment programs have this type of pairing or referral system in place. However, it is important to note that not every agency uses these pairing systems; therefore, it is important for the client to ask the counselor about his or her pairing or referral system prior to signing up.

Third, the so-called case manager is responsible for keeping track of all patient records, information and data. The case manager oversees the organization of meetings between the client and the substance abuse counselor and coordinates all paperwork and details. The case manager also keeps the client informed about his or her treatment, progress reports and other pertinent information. It is important for the substance abuse counselor to ask the case manager for this information so that the counselor can make effective, timely changes to the treatment plan as needed. If the substance abuse counselor is not knowledgeable of how to do this, it is helpful to find a facility that utilizes a structured case management program.

Fourth, along with case management, the substance abuse counselor will collaborate with social workers, housing counselors, legal professionals and others to ensure that the individual receives the maximum support he or she needs. In addition, the case manager ensures that the client receives the highest quality health care while in the facility. By collaborating and working closely with these individuals, the substance abuse counselor is able to better educate them on the issues facing their loved ones. This cooperation, as well as follow-up care and services, provide the most assistance to the addict.

Lastly, the best practices for managing cases are applied when a case is managed by an integrated team. When multiple treatment options are available, the team ensures that each option gets the attention it requires to be successful. This practice is beneficial to both the family of the individual battling addiction as well as the entire treatment team.

Conclusion

Lastly, the best practices for managing cases are applied when a case is managed by an integrated team. When multiple treatment options are available, the team ensures that each option gets the attention it requires to be successful. This practice is beneficial to both the family of the individual battling addiction as well as the entire treatment team.