If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse or addiction, there are many treatment options at your disposal. In this article, we are going to explain how case management and clinical intervention work and why they’re beneficial for individuals struggling with addiction.
Case management begins with a general phone assessment of the client and family. This assessment includes client’s demographics, history of substance abuse, prior treatment(s), mental health diagnosis, and family dynamics.
Communication with family, client and treatment providers remains consistent before, during and after treatment. Case Management provides accountability to continue on the recovery journey for the client and each family member during the transition out of treatment. Accountability in recovery entails meeting attendance, drug and/or alcohol monitoring, coaching, therapy and implementing the treatment plan provided by the facility. Clarity individualizes this to fit each client and family's needs. For the family, this includes learning appropriate boundaries and coaching throughout the treatment process. We provide referrals to family members, as needed.
Individual Recommendations for Family Members:
Getting involved in their own recovery
Individual, Family and/or Couples Therapy
Treatment or workshops for codependency, trauma history, attachment issues and unresolved family conflict.
Individual Recommendations for Clients:
Primary Treatment Placement
Aftercare Treatment Placement
Coaching, Mentoring and Monitoring
Our staff have vetted treatment and aftercare providers throughout the country. With over thirty years of experience we find the appropriate recommendation for your family member based on individual needs, finances and diagnosis.
So, what is clinical intervention? It involves the following services:
Intervention Consult with Clinician
Transportation to Treatment Provider
Case Management with interventionist
Our interventionists, clinicians and case managers have over thirty years combined experience helping families recover. Each one of us is engaged in our own personal recovery from substance use, codependency and family of origin issues. We have experience professionally and personally.