Case Management will help you to identify, and overcome, the unique challenges in your life that can become obstacles to a successful recovery.
There are many barriers that can get in the way when you are trying to overcome a substance use disorder, and getting sober isn’t just about not using drugs and alcohol anymore.
It’s also about establishing a new lifestyle that supports your recovery.
Whether that means finding a place to live, arranging for childcare or putting a resume together for employment, establishing a new sense of normalcy can be both challenging and time-consuming.
That’s where the Case Management program can help. If you need treatment, we will get you into the right facility. But there are many other aspects of your life that need to be in order for recovery to be successful. Our Case Managers will take the time to get to know you, and the unique challenges you face, so they can find you the assistance you need to help you achieve your life goals.
Having a thorough, experienced, and compassionate Case Manager on your side can make all the difference during the recovery process. We truly care about our clients and we provide the necessary tools, resources, and support systems to achieve a fulfilling life.
Obviously, the needs of our clients vary from person to person. That is why we have cultivated a person-centered approach to provide you with a wide range of assistance and services tailored to your individual needs. A Case Manager will work with you to determine your specific goals and then help you devise a plan on how to achieve them, on your terms and at your own pace.
The mission of the Case Management program is to provide quality, person-centered care through advocacy, communication, education and other resources to make the path to recovery easier for the individuals we serve, as well as their families and loved ones. Through vital services, clients with substance use disorder can eliminate as many barriers to success as possible and reach their full potential.
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Case Management services are available in nine counties throughout Western Pennsylvania.