Substance Use Recovery Program
Targeted case management services for adults are services that assist individuals eligible in gaining access to needed, medical, educational, and other services.
What to expect:
Intake: The case manager will schedule an initial meeting to gather basic demographic information, personal background, medical records, family dynamics, and insurance status. During this first interaction, a case manager will identify immediate needs and determine which resources and services will be the most beneficial in supporting the identified needs.
Assessment: An assessment builds on the information
collected during the Intake, going into greater depth on the individual’s challenges and goals. A comprehensive assessment can include shared information from medical providers, social workers, mental health professionals, or family members. A case manager’s primary objective is to identify any challenges, interests, or risks to success.
Service Planning: A case manager will work collaboratively to develop a personalized care plan by establishing specific goals, determining the actions that will be taken to meet those goals, and identifying the desired outcome. The intent of the service plan and goal setting is to develop a roadmap to success.
Implementation & Monitoring: A case manager will provide the necessary resources, skills, and services in accordance to each individual’s identified goals. The case manager will monitor progress, service needs, and follow-up activities during and after treatment.
L’esprit is licensed to provide Adult and Adolescent Outpatient Substance Use Services. L’esprit offers this service to individuals whose careers, education, and social relationships have been impacted by substance abuse.
Adult Intensive Outpatient Services assist individuals who actively struggle with substance abuse and aims to establish the skills needed to maintain sobriety so that individuals do not need to be referred to higher levels of care.
Adult and Adolescent Outpatient Services are step down from Intensive Outpatient Services. Individuals are supported in group and one-on-one counseling while bringing in social and familial aspects
Assessment, Course, Treatment (ACT)
Each individual will receive a thorough assessment that assists in developing a treatment plan that includes the client’s goals and hopes. Each client will then progress through their treatment plan with the support of a mental health professional who utilizes various therapy techniques in order to reach the pre-established goals of each individual.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. During this time, we work on life and social skills that occur in group settings.
Peer support is a face-to-face service provided one-to-one to promote positive coping skills through mentoring and other activities that assist a member with a substance use disorder diagnosis to achieve their goals for personal wellness and recovery. The purpose is to help individuals through a process of change to improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.
Minor In Possession services are offered to adolescents who have been referred from probation or other law enforcement agencies.
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