PROFESSIONAL CASE MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM
Case Management Training
Case Management Training
Case Management and Aftercare Services have never been more important to a client staying sober and getting the proper services needed. A lot of drug and alcohol treatment facilities expect the therapist to provide their own case management for the client and they simply do not have the time to offer both therapy and proper case management. If a drug and alcohol treatment facility is large enough to have their own case manager on staff, it is imperative that he or she has the proper training to offer services. The Addictions Academy has developed a comprehensive training program in Case Management and Aftercare Services, covering all the tools necessary for a stellar case manager to assist their clients in getting the best services possible.
Recently, a new breed of business is opening with people offering case management services to clients coming out of therapy, drug, and alcohol treatment and other facilities because the facilities simply do not have time and drop the ball. That is where The Addictions Academy comes in. We train you properly in case management and how to develop the skills necessary to offer top-notch case management services for your clients. If having your own company or adding aftercare provider services to your existing list of services is paramount, we will cover all the items you need to succeed with your clients.
Your client’s success rates can be improved by your ability to offer an array of services. The Addictions Academy can show you how to market yourself and bill out both on insurance or cash pay with our case management certification program (aftercare). When it comes to aftercare most treatment centers do not have any trained staff to offer services. Get trained as a certified case manager and expand your skill set and ability to offer more services to your client.
NOTE: There are NO prerequisites to this course and it is ideal for anyone that needs to learn case management skills and aftercare. We do offer Job Board, Networking, and Business/Private Practice assistance. We also hire from within once you are trained, certified, insured, and bonded.
What you will Learn in Case Management and Aftercare Training:
- How to assess for proper aftercare placement.
- Accessing Mental Health Community Services.
- Accessing Physical Health Services in the Community.
- Handling Court Documents and Court Requirements.
- Dealing with Housing and Sober Living facilities.
- Exploring Employment.
- Assessments and Decision of Need for each client.
- Community Involvement and Planning.
- Care Planning and Smooth Continuum of Care post facility (aftercare services)
- Implementation of proper case management services and connections to those services.
- Review and availability for the client as time passes.
- Referrals and maintenance of those referrals.
- Generating income as a Case Manager.
- Insurance billables and cash pay clients.
- Attending meetings and plugging into ‘the program’.
Need more than one person trained? We have a group rate for unlimited students!!
Call for private group training only, 1.800.706 0318
Your Host for this Training, Dr. Cali Estes
Cali’s multidimensional approach focuses on the underlying cause of the addiction and she approaches each client in a unique manner. With over 21 years’ experience as a Therapist, Life Coach, Recovery Coach, Addictions Coach, and Wellness Coach.
More about Cali.
How much do case managers make?
Case managers in the addiction’s profession make between $25,000 and $30,000 per year. Other industries make a lot more up to $79,000 in the USA.
How do I become a case manager in the USA?
You need to take a training course to become a case manager and sometimes you need to sit for a specific state exam, depending on what type of case management job you are looking for. Mental health and addiction case managers have vastly different requirements.
What is an addiction or mental health case manager do?
In the addiction and mental health industry, a case manager’s job is purely to handle the aftercare and makes sure the client has access to outside resources that they need. You may be setting up doctor visits, finding 12 step meetings or following up with parole and probation for your client.
Is there a license for a case manager?
No, at this time there is no license but each state in the USA has different requirements from training, to state certification to having to hold an associate or bachelor degree. Please check with your specific state.