At Pathway to Hope, we understand how difficult battling addiction can be, and so our substance abuse and addiction case managers work alongside you from start to finish, helping them overcome the destructive disease of addiction by offering support throughout the entire process.
Addiction is a progressive and destructive brain disease that corrupts the mind first then the physical body itself. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 3,000 people die yearly from drug overdoses, a number that is projected to rise for the coming decade.
It is important for individuals struggling with substance abuse or addiction to seek help immediately. The earlier you seek help in treatment for their challenges with substance abuse, the faster and smoother your treatment and recovery tend to go. Throughout the journey from addiction and into sobriety, our substance abuse and addiction case managers are there to help guide you along the way.
Because of the complicated nature of substance abuse and addiction, getting help is never as simple or easy as going to treatment. Often, many people have responsibilities to handle outside of their addiction, which then makes the simple process of dealing with treatment a much more complicated and nuanced issue that requires intensive and thorough attention. Substance abuse and addiction case managers aim to help ease the process of addiction treatment for both you and your loved ones.
Because of the mere nature of addiction, however, it is important for those who have a substance abuse disorder or addiction problem to seek help for their ailment in the first place. Only after you accept that there is an addiction issue can you move forward in getting treatment. This should all be done under the watchful eye of substance abuse and addiction case managers, whose sole purpose is to help guide and heal you.
Case managers help arrange transportation from our treatment center to anywhere that you may need to go during the healing process.
Finding out what your insurance will and will not cover can often be a hassle. Let your case manager worry about that and focus on healing.
Part of the process of healing from addiction with treatment is making the transition to life outside. We make sure to help you in reintegration.
Following legal issues can be a boring and labor-intensive process. Your case manager is properly trained to watch over all legal issues pertaining to you.
Case managers can make specific referrals that your family may need in both the treatment and the aftercare processes.
An intensive and comprehensive ongoing evaluation is part of the treatment process. This is done to assess and address any needs you may have.