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Case Management Services Unit

The Case Management Services Unit is a drug and alcohol services delivery program which concentrates on the assessment and referral of clients to treatment and ancillary services.  The primary focus of intensive case management is to increase client retention in and completion of treatment in order to move clients toward recovery and self sufficiency.  This service is confidential and participation is voluntary, thus ensuring the case management process is client centered and client driven.

The role of the Intensive Case Manager (ICM) is to provide individualized service to clients.  The ICMs utilize the strengths based model of case management to evaluate client's strengths and needs in order to assist the client to set realistic goals.  The ICM will refer and link clients to resources, advocate for client's rights, and coach clients along their journey to self sufficiency.   

Please note that the individuals identified below must be offered an assessment and offered an admission for the recommended level of care immediately: Pregnant injection drug users, Pregnant substance users, Injecting drug users, Overdose survivors and Veterans. Preferential treatment provided for pregnant women.

 

During the COVID 19 Emergency:  The following services are available via video technology or phone:

Case Management Services

New Referrals and Existing Clients

Intensive Case Management

MOMS (Mother’s Overcoming Mood Altering Substances – pregnant and post-partum women)

Outreach and Family Strengthening programs for Bucks County Children and Youth

TASC – Case Management and Cognitive Skills Group

If you or anyone you know are interested in services, please call one of the numbers below:

For Case Management Services - (215)781-3134

Case Management, MOMS and CYS services referrals can be emailed to sthomson@councilsepa.org

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