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Case Management

At Guardian Recovery Network we offer comprehensive case management services that combine access to clinical support with the development of crucial life skills. Our dedicated case managers act as the primary advocate for each individual client, helping them build confidence and independence in recovery. This specialized service focuses on helping clients grow into self-sustaining and highly productive members of society as they learn to manage their own finances, interact with employers, re-connect with family, stay actively engaged in a recovery community, comply with medication management and ultimately transition back into independent living.

Chemical dependency and mental or behavioral health problems ravage every facet of life: physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual. At Guardian, our case managers know there are many factors at play when a client or loved one reaches out for help. Full and lasting recovery from addiction, mental health disorders and co-occurring illnesses rests on making a definitive diagnosis, charting a course of evidence-based treatment and continuing prescribed medications and therapies. Our professional case managers help manage each individual’s recovery journey.

What Does Case Management Support Include?

At Guardian Recovery Network our case management services are extremely comprehensive. Our main priority is to provide each of our clients with the support and insight they need to seamlessly coordinate all areas of their lives.

Case management support through Guardian Recovery Network includes:

  • The development of important life skills – Clients learn to take care of themselves physically, mentally and emotionally. They learn to set and achieve personal goals, to practice self-care, to grocery shop and prepare nutritious meals, to maintain a clean living space, to manage their finances and their time responsibly, to find and maintain gainful employment and to build healthy relationships with other men and women who are in recovery. Active addiction severely compromises the ability to function at a basic level – many clients must relearn what it means to take care of themselves.
  • An exploration of effective dual diagnosis treatment options – We offer dual diagnosis treatment options for clients who are suffering at the hands of an underlying mental health condition like anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Case managers help match clients up with a psychiatrist and ensure that they are being properly medicated and that they have access to any additional services they require.
  • Vocational training and a focus on gainful employment – Sustainable employment is essential to working towards financial independence, paying off any existing debt and building self-esteem and self-confidence. Case managers help clients find recovery-appropriate occupations while focusing on the importance of punctuality, completing all personal tasks throughout the day and working through any workplace conflict in a healthy and productive way.
  • A return to school/educational placement – Many of our clients who struggled with addiction during adolescence or their young adult years either entirely dropped out of school or experienced a sharp decline in grades. If a client wants to return to school our case managers help with educational placement and encourage them to achieve all of their personal school-related goals.
  • Working towards financial independence/budgeting – All financial capability completely flies out the window during active addiction, which often leads to a great amount of debt. Case managers help clients work towards financial independence by teaching them the importance of budgeting and saving. They help clients open and manage bank accounts, limit their spending and ultimately reduce financial stress (which can trigger a relapse if not adequately addressed).
  • Improving family dynamics – Case managers do more than serve as the main point of contact between the treatment team and the loved one of each client. They work to improve family dynamics by encouraging healthy communication and support. Case managers provide the loved ones of our clients with additional resources if need be, like family therapy services or an introduction to 12-step groups like Al-Anon.

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  • Building health communication skills – Clients learn to express their personal needs and communicate with others in a calm and effective way. Healthy relationships are built of communication and the maintenance of healthy personal boundaries.
  • Building a Recovery Community – Case managers teach clients about the importance of building a recovery support network, whether that is through traditional 12-step rooms, Smart Recovery or any other desired recovery community. Case managers also help clients find reliable transportation to and from recovery meetings whenever necessary.
  • Relapse prevention training – Case managers help clients identify their personal relapse triggers and work through the uncomfortable feelings and emotions that could ultimately lead to relapse.
  • Improving interpersonal relationships – Some clients struggle to develop and maintain healthy relationships with other men and women in recovery. Case managers instruct them on how to build mutually beneficial friendships that will reinforce their sobriety.

Principles of Effective Case Management

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), there are eight main principles of effective case management listed in Treatment Improvement Protocols.

The principles of effective case management:

  • Case management offers the client and his or her loved ones a single point of contact, consolidating the services that are being received from multiple agencies.
  • Case management services are completely client-driven, and focus on the unique and individualized needs and clinical requirements of each client.
  • Client advocacy is one of the top priorities of effective case management.
  • Case management is pragmatic and begins addressing the most immediate needs of each client first.
  • Case management services must be flexible and must continuously adapt to the changing needs of the client.
  • It is crucial that the case manager anticipates any potential problems and understands what is necessary to thoroughly address these problems before they fully develop.
  • Case management services are culturally competent, and address necessary accommodations for diversity, race, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, and life stage (for example, adolescence or old age).

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    Monitoring & Assessing Treatment Progress

    Clients encounter many pitfalls as they progress through the recovery process. Through it all, Guardian case managers provide monitoring and oversight that gives clients clear objectives and helps them to stay on track with clinical treatment. We also evaluate program effectiveness and make necessary adjustments as individuals move from one recovery stage to the next.

    Additional case management services include, but are not limited to:

    • Monitoring medications & appointments
    • Drug testing & check-ins
    • Tracking progress through the continuum of care
    • Communicating with providers & family
    • Advocating for the patient
    • Coordinating support activities & modalities
    • Providing 24/7 patient support

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    At Guardian Recovery Network we consistently prioritize the needs of each individual client. We have developed a program of recovery that focuses on much more than the maintenance of long-term sobriety. Our main goal is to ensure that each client is fully equipped with the life skills and tools he or she needs to become a successful member of society and excel in all areas of life. To get started or to learn more contact us today, we are available to help you 24/7.

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