Objective: Create a dynamic recovery program engaging CHILD, and her Family in services facilitating long term recovery.Services are individualized as a full continuum of care catered to increase CHILD’s chances for a robust recovery and equalize the “say/do” ratio that has been problematic in the past. 5 Year Recovery Model Residential Treatment I.O.P. WEEKLY THERAPY INTERVENTION 12 Step Peer Support 12 Month Case Management Recovery Aid For Sober Living Monitoring Transitions of Care Life Skills Program Until Year 5 Phase I:Intervention to Start Process with Healthy Boundaries and Bottom Lines Case Management - Build Support Network, Consult/CoachDuringTreatment &12 Months After Phase II: Residential Treatment for 30, 60, 90 Days as Clinically Indicated Phase III: After Care Plan -Structured Sober Living - Intensive Out-Patient Treatment - Life Skills Phase IV: 12 Step Peer support, Therapy and Monitoring as Quantitative FollowUpLong Term Transtheoretical Model: Stages Of ChangePre-contemplation: Contemplation: Preparation: Action: Maintenance:No intention of Aware that a Intending to take Begin to modify Work to preventchanging behavior, problem exists and action “soon” and behavior relapse, andunaware or in denial seriously thinking have unsuccessfully experiences or consolidate gainsof severity of about overcoming it taken action in environment in attained thus farproblems. but have made recent past. order to overcome in Recovery nocommitment. problem. Process. Addiction didn’t grow in a vacuum; we know it to be a family disease! Thus the Stages of Change Modeladdresses the process that each family member will experience in order to Many addicts (and other family facilitate growth for all. members) often think they are here in this area of the cycle,hence the The 5 Year Recovery Model is designed to stave off the term “denial” is appropriate. unnecessary years of suffering and self-destruction during Intervention and Case the first three stages and make Action and Maintenance Management can deftly bypass the stages attainable earlier in life. blame game and debate, offering Each family member will be supported as they take chances, the foundation for real individual make strides, go through set-backs, and grow-through them and corporate change. in the process of recovery.
Intervention 911 Services Intervention Treatment Referral 12 months Case Management Sober Living Life Skills Program Recovery Aide &Sober Escort Monitoring Therapy Recovery Management Intensive Breakdown of i911 Services InterventionWhy Intervention? Minimize natural progression of on-going negative consequences Will know how to dissect the family system to create the rock bottom to motivate your loved one Educate family on the importance of the 5 year plan Insure the case manager will remain objective about their recovery so family can be emotionally engaged in the relationship The Cost $7500-$12,500 or $5,500-$10,500 if engaging Case Management in unisonThe Process A High-level, board registered interventionist working for your loved one’s health and safety 3-6 hour Pre-Intervention with family and concerned friends Intervention with CHILD and invited loved ones Escort to Treatment Center Pre-admission to Detox and Treatment Follow-through with CHILD’s case during treatment
Present in aftercare, planning and recommendations 12 MONTH CASE MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING $18,500 - In tandem with treatment $29,400 - Post treatment start FAQ: Why the difference in pricing? A. Answer: Case Management is most effective and efficient when engaged and applied during treatment stay- providing a seamless transition. If the case manager begins at the end of treatment or after treatment, the time it takes to build the case quadruples. The time line of 12 Months officially begins on the last day of treatment giving CHILD the full effect of our services past the one year mark of sobriety.Relapse is so common for addicts after treatment that insurance companies use it as aprognostic measurement for addiction. We find that unacceptable, and research showsit is possible to avoid. With case management programs that feature a drug monitoringcomponent, we have seen success rates of 79% and better with no relapse, and of thosewho had a relapse, only 26% had a second relapse1. Remember: Tough Love isn’t so much about being tough with the one you love, it’s about making the Tough choices with Love.”Extensive work with the family members is what makes the Intervention 911 CaseManagement program stand apart from just a monitoring program. Case managementeffectively changes the roles within the family system by taking loved ones out of the“enforcement role”, establishing clear and measurable guidelines for a program ofrecovery and clearing up all the guesswork and mystery that addiction relies on tosurvive.An i911 Case Manager will help take the guesswork out of decision making during thatcritical first year of sobriety. Rebuild your relationship based on facts, testing,accountability, 3rd party verification and results rather than those waves of doubt,worry and frustration that are so commonplace before long-term recovery settles in. Framework to assist client and loved ones with on-going needs assessment Promotes accountability and transparency within relationships Break free of codependent cycles that prevent true intimacy and relationship growth
Recommendations for post treatment continuing care plan Random Urine Drug Screening. Hair, Blood and Nail testing also available Internet activity monitoring to signal filter and report relapse with problem gambling, porn, or excessive gaming and social networking, etc. Case Manager serves as liaison between client, family and external support network – or “Home Team” Avoids isolation and destructive self-reliance On-going evaluation of client’s engagement in recovery services, step work, service work, commitments, etc Provide disclosure of the recovery progress in the stages of change Information Mediation: reporting drug screens, meeting attendance, therapy, etc Neutralizes points of anxiety and constant guess-work Capitalizes on past problem areas and opportunities for learning how to relate with the recovering addict Regular Team Case Review Aftercare resource and referral 24 hour access to i911 staff 1 Gregory Skipper, MD and Robert Dupont, MD Advantages of Long-term Monitoring, Addiction Professional Magazine, July 15, 2011 Gregory E. Skipper, MD, is the Director of Professional Health Services at Promises Treatment Centers and was previously o the medical director of the Alabama Physician Health Program. Robert L. DuPont, MD, is President of the Institute for Behavior and Health in Rockville, Md., and was former head of the o National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and a former Federal Drug Czar . Sober LivingSo, treatment is coming to an end… Now what??? Deciding what steps to take next andwhere to go can be daunting. In order to succeed after treatment, recovery mustbecome a way of life rather than a fleeting goal. This is one of the most profounddecision points anyone recovering from addiction can be faced with. The road tosobriety is littered with failed attempts and broken promises. All too often, the goodintentions of Treatment give way to the realities of day to day living. We know. We’vebeen there.At Ken Seeley Communities, we are committed not only to help you change, but provideyou the surroundings, tools, direction and motivation to ensure a successful and long-lasting transformation. We provide our guests the environment to put old habits behindthem and begin the process of living life to its fullest extent.
We lead by example. Our team of compassionate professionals is focused on onething…your ultimate achievement of a meaningful, rewarding sober life.We offer gender specific sober living programs that offer clients new in recovery thenecessary support and structure to re-enter the world and transition safely into theirnew sober lifestyle.Rooms range in amenities, size and privacy; pricing is from $800 to $5600 monthly. Life Skills ProgramOur Life Skills Programs serve as a vital support component for residents in earlyrecovery in the development of independent living skills to ensure successfulcommunity integration and strengthen achievable long term recovery. Many parents,family members and clients may have unreasonable expectations as to how much timeit takes to both identify & reach identified goals. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and qualityrecovery is not an accident; we are intentional with our delivery of services and ourclients can see the difference.Our Life Skills Coaches help guests define develop and achieve goals that can helppropel them to a fuller, richer life. They help find effective, meaningful ways of creatingthe structure needed to fill in the voids left by their addiction and motivate thembeyond the status quo of “just staying clean and sober”.Our coaches network with other case managers, counselors, parents & therapists as-needed to ensure continuity of appropriate services and needs.Each of our Life Skills Coaches have different points of expertise and skill sets, so eachguest may have two or three coaches addressing different areas of need as theirprogram progresses.KSC has both the Life Skills Client and their supporters complete assessments to helpdetermine areas of focus. Level III Life Skills 80 Service Points** - $10,000 per month Level II Life Skills 40 Service Points - $5,000 per month Level I Life Skills 20 Service Points- $2,500 per month (Available after II & III) **Service points are used as credit to be utilized & budgeted for individualized needs. Our service options vary in cost, so points are utilized in increments appropriate to need.The service options available as part a of our Life Skills Program are: psychiatric care andsupervision, psychologist and therapist appointments, personal fitnesstrainer/massage/yoga for optimum physical recovery, spiritual advisor, Equine Therapy,EMDR
Recovery AidFor many addicts, relapse occurs within the first 3 days of leaving treatment or duringtransfers of care when “no one is watching”. The work of a recovery Aide is to providesound experience, strength and hope to the newly sober client and navigate thetriggers, cravings and urges that invariable come.$4,500 Serve as personal escort and recovery coach during all waking hours of the clients first 72 hours post-treatment This service can be utilized during any difficult period or transition of care, such as funerals, family weddings, holidays, court appearances, etc. Provides crucial support for addicts being confronted with the overwhelming initial triggers of society; money, cell phones, relationships, freedom, and the drastic changes brought by the change of transition. Build initial confidence with triggers that have led to certain relapse in the past; craving resistance, accountability emotional regulation, thought stopping, etc. in the real world of recovery. Transport to 12 step meeting, introduce to others in recovery, model and encourage immediate recovery networking. Recovery Management IntensiveAlso referred to as “In-Home Treatment”, this service provides a client a fullcomplement of recovery care. This is often utilized as a supplement to an aftercareprogram, as extra support during sober living or in lieu of traditional treatment when aclient is unable to attend. This program is uniquely crafted foreach client’s individualrecovery needs- $21,500 - $42,000 Personal Recovery Aid – to bring organization and fullness to each 24 hours of recovery Psychiatric Care and Supervision Psychologist/therapist appointments
Personal Trainer, Massage, Yoga for optimum physical recoverySpiritual Advisor – Care for the soulLife Skills CoachEquine Therapy – EGALA Certified