Case Management

HAUS Recovery Case Management Services

HAUS Recovery offers much more than just a drug and alcohol-free environment for clients who have recently completed residential rehab and are ready to take the next step. It is a warm and comfortable home that provides the safety, structure, and caring support that you or your loved one need to make sobriety a way of life. Our staff works with rehab centers, doctors, outpatient treatment programs, psychiatrists, therapists, and legal advocates to make sure our residents receive the services and support necessary to enhance sobriety success.

Case Management Expertise

Managing our clients’ complete recovery experience is part of the structured living at HAUS. Each resident is assigned a case manager who is a certified addiction counselor—and much more. Working closely with clinicians, therapists, family, support personnel and the client, case managers track progress, verify that treatment plans are followed, and assure that recovery goals are met. The case manager also keeps clear channels of communication open between all involved parties and follows through when issues arise. Most importantly, the HAUS case manager is instrumental in delivering trusted guidance when a resident feels shaken or unsure of the path he or she is following.

Case Manager Service Offerings

As a key part of your HAUS recovery team, the case manager provides these indispensable services:

  • Support activity planning
  • Needs assessment
  • Referrals
  • Medication monitoring
  • Care coordination
  • Drug screening & curfew verification
  • Monitoring appointment & support group attendance
  • Communication with family
  • Progress evaluation
  • Patient advocacy
  • 24/7 support

HAUS provides case management for substance abuse, dual diagnosis mental health illnesses, and many different disorders including:

  • Heroin addiction
  • Opiate addiction
  • Alcohol dependence
  • Meth addiction
  • Drug detoxification
  • Sex addiction
  • Eating disorders
  • Other co-occurring mental health disorders