Case Management

Case Management

A case manager helps track and arrange logistical elements of an individual’s treatment or care from finding local resources that fit your individual needs. Often, it falls to a family member or personal assistant to worry about these details, and they can easily become overwhelmed or stressed, especially if the affected individual often acts unpredictably or is difficult to work with.  A professional case manager is better equipped to anticipate an individual’s needs and to take care of the very specific concerns that arise in the presence of substance abuse or mental health concerns.