Case Management: A Plan for Recovery

Q: How does someone with an addiction get help after an intervention?
A: Case management creates the plan for recovery.

A treatment case manager is your advisor and advocate through the recovery process. A Drew Horowitz & Associates case manager is a clinician who helps you create a plan of action for your loved one’s recovery and helps you stick to that plan.

Drew Horowitz & Associates provides that additional layer of support. We can answer the difficult questions for you such as:

  • I feel like this my fault, how do I fix it?
  • What do I do if my loved one doesn’t want to stay in treatment?
  • Does my loved one need to enroll in an aftercare program or sober living?
  • How can I help my loved one avoid relapse?

Treatment may stop the storm, but rebuilding requires a solid plan of recovery.

Getting your loved one into a treatment center is only the beginning of the recovery process. Yes, your loved one is now in a safe place and is receiving the help they need. However, during this time its important that family members also receive the help that they need.

Our case managers at Drew Horowitz & Associates ensure that both your family and your loved one receives effective treatment for long-term recovery.

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Do I really need a case manager once my loved one decides to go to treatment?

A case manager doesn’t simply help you get your loved one into a treatment center. A case manager helps your family understand the options available to you and pre-arranges the treatment services that will best meet the needs of your loved one.

Treatment typically begins with a detoxification (detox) period. Your case manager will help you weigh the options between an in-patient medical detox or a home detox, and what the benefits are of each. Depending on the needs of your loved one, a residential (in-patient) treatment center may be warranted, or an outpatient treatment program may be appropriate. In most cases, long-term sober living is effective at helping loved ones maintain their sobriety after treatment.

Your case manager will help you decide which services are appropriate for your loved one’s condition, pre-arrange their admission, and help you work with your health plan provider to ensure minimal out-of-pocket costs.

In addition to helping your loved one, your case manager will recommend appropriate services to help your family recover from the trauma that addiction has caused. The case manager will also help you prepare for your loved one’s return home, such as learning how to address issues that may arise related to your loved one’s addiction and relapse prevention.

Contact Drew Horowitz & Associates today to learn more about how case management can help your loved one live a healthy, happy life in recovery from addictions.

What is relapse prevention, and how does it apply to my loved one?

Addiction isn’t “cured” during treatment. In fact, some statistics show that as many as 80% of treatment patients will relapse within five years of a treatment program.

As a family member, there are a number of things that you can do to help ensure your loved one’s success. Your case manager at Drew Horowitz & Associates will provide you with a recovery plan for your family members as well as your loved one. You will have a wealth of resources available to help your loved one achieve the highest level of recovery possible.

Life gets so much better when we find help and healing for our pain. When we enter recovery, we find a new life that is better than ever before. Don’t spend another minute in the agony of addiction. Get help right now. We’re available 24/7 to take your call, text, email or chat.

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