The importance of this work from the beginning of the recovery process of the addict and his family is enormous and fundamental until achieve a stable recovery.
The family will have permanent support while the addict is in treatment, this follow-up is to help the family know what to do or not do when difficulties arise.
The case manager has access to treatment progress reports (with the patient’s permission) so that he or she can better understand and help the family.
The experience of being in treatment has the first phase of adaptation and knowledge of the program. This phase can be difficult and cause some “agitation” in the patient, not only because it is something new for him, but also because it is his first days of abstinence.
For some patients, this is a critical phase, and it is imperative for the family to be prepared to know what to do and what not to do!
The case manager will work for the best options for the individual and family.
Through a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual’s and family’s comprehensive health needs through available resources to promote patient safety, quality of care and costs.
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When the treatment is in its final stretch, we will start working on your post-treatment plan, finding solutions and support to continue your abstinence and recovery in your family, professional and social context.
An effective structured plan that offers everything the addict needs to succeed in their recovery and provide the support and counseling the family needs to continue their own recovery now in a different context because the addict is recovering!
The family must also change and progress in their recovery, as well as help the addict at this critical stage for the success of their recovery, for which we
also, have our Structured Family Program.