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Case Management & Discharge Planning
At Resurgence Behavioral Health, we take pride in providing thorough and thoughtful case management services. Our case managers are the best in the business. It is a partnership between you and your case manager as you navigate your way through treatment.
The importance of careful and considerate case management is crucial to the success of your recovery program. It is vital that you understand the roles and responsibilities of your case manager so you can work together.
Here are some frequently asked questions about case management:
What is case management?
When you are admitted to Resurgence, you’re assigned a case manager who will help you understand your treatment options and ensure you follow through with your treatment regimen.
The term “Case Management” describes the ownership and processing of a case related to addiction recovery. It’s often one of the most important clinical relationships you’ll have while in treatment. Good case management ensures that your programs are going according to plan. It’s a way to determine what’s best for you and ensure you are provided with the level of care necessary during treatment. Because recovery often involves more than one treatment facility, your case manager will help keep these pieces moving smoothly, so as not to distract from your care and rehabilitation.
Why is Case Management Important to Addiction Recovery?
The importance of case management cannot be overstated. It’s often the champion of the addiction process. Case management ensures the smooth execution of your treatment plan, recovery process, and transition from treatment to returning to life.
When you enter recovery, you’re in a vulnerable state. You may feel like you have no one on your side to help you formulate a plan and follow through with it. Your case manager at Resurgence will have your back!
Because addiction can take over your life in unexpected ways, your case manager can help you find or keep a job, locate a home, and identify support. Case management ensures the smooth execution of your treatment plan, recovery process, and transition from treatment to returning to life.
Case management has been shown to significantly improve the likelihood of success for addicts in recovery programs. Clients tend to follow medical directions better, take medications more regularly, learn self-management skills easier and maintain those skills over time. Good case managers, like ours, enhance your overall quality of care, dedication to the program, attendance to appointments and follow-ups, and more.
What Does A Case Manager Do For Me During Treatment?
Simply put, your case manager is in charge of ensuring you get the treatment you need.
Your case manager is the cog that keeps the wheel of treatment moving, and good ones, like ours at Resurgence, are worth their weight in gold. Because there are so many moving pieces, case managers take ownership of the treatment process. They make sure you are accountable, and that your providers and services are available and delivered when promised. The job of the case manager is not an easy one; this requires a thorough and regularly updated understanding of protocols, regulations, laws and more, in order to keep you safe and in line with requirements for recovery programs.
What’s more, case managers handle a staggering amount of cases every year, and each one hinges on their ability to know and understand your needs so that they can get the best care possible for you.
Your case manager will also advocate for you. He/she will work on your behalf to ensure you get what you need from social services, medical services, recovery services, your employer, your family and more. Toward the end of treatment, case managers may help you find transition homes, halfway houses or residential options to continue the recovery process, if you need it. There are too many responsibilities to list! You will no doubt find your case manager to be indispensable in the treatment phase of your recovery at Resurgence.
Case management has been shown to significantly improve the likelihood of success for addicts in recovery programs. Clients tend to follow medical directions better, take medications more regularly, learn self-management skills more easily and maintain those skills over time. Good case managers, like ours, enhance your overall quality of care and dedication to the program, attendance to appointments and follow-ups, and more.
How is A Case Manager Assigned?
At Resurgence Behavioral Health, you will be assigned a case manager based on your needs when you are admitted to our program. Our case managers work with the entire clinical team and support staff to ensure you are engaging in the treatment program to the best of your ability. Your case manager will support you throughout the recovery process and beyond.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, reach out to our facility at Resurgence Behavioral Health today to find out how we can help you get on the road to recovery.