Domain Three – Case Management

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Identify community resources and maintain relationships.
  2. Match community resources with client needs by paying particular attention to cultural and lifestyle characteristics.
  3. Explain to the client the necessity for referral in order to facilitate the transition to other service providers.
  4. Identify self-help groups pertinent to the clients needs. (including but not limited to 12 Step Groups)

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Define consultation goals and benefits as per IC&RC.
  2. Consult with supervisors, counselors, professionals, and/or other service providers to assure comprehensive, quality care for the client.
  3. Learn to present cases to other treatment team members in order to facilitate comprehensive quality care.
  4. Assist other treatment team members by providing alternative input on their cases in order to develop a comprehensive, quality care for the client.
  5. Interact with other health care professionals by soliciting and providing information pertinent to the client’s Biopsychosocial status.

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Define documentation as per IC&RC.
  2. Know and adhere to Federal & State Laws and Regulations specific to the maintenance of client records (e.g. HIPPA, Criminal Justice, 42CFR Pt.2, DYFS, New Jersey CADC/LCADC Regulations.)
  3. Explain the meaning of informed consent to the client.
  4. Be able to enter and utilize client notes.
  5. Identify the components required for the written case study.
  6. Be able to explain the importance of documentation.

Differentiate among the following types of documentation:

  • Intake
  • Assessment
  • Treatment Plan
  • Treatment Plan Review
  • Progress Note
  • Discharge Plan
  • Discharge Summary

At the end of this course, the student will:

Become knowledgeable about HIV community resources

1. Acquire up to date knowledge of HIV & AIDS that includes

  • Symptoms
  • Risk Factors
  • Facts vs. Myths
  • Current treatment approaches

2. Develop an understanding of the basic confidentiality issues related to HIV & AIDS clients.

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Acquire an understanding of the Mental Health Care system in New Jersey.
  2. Be familiar with co-occurring service eligibility criteria and how to access such services.
  3. Identify levels of mental health care for clients with co-occurring disorders.
  4. Become familiar with the Psychiatric Emergency Screening System.
  5. Effectively utilize appropriate supervision regarding clients who have co-occurring disorders.
  6. Acquire an understanding of Federal and NJ laws pertinent to co-occurring clients.

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Acquire an understanding of the components of Child and Family care system in New Jersey.
  2. Become familiar with the child protection system and laws in New Jersey.
  3. Effectively utilize appropriate supervision with cases having child protection issues related to SUD.

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Acquire an understanding of the Criminal Justice system in New Jersey.
  2. Be familiar with service eligibility criteria and how to access services for SUD within the CJ system.
  3. Identify levels of involvement with the Criminal Justice system including Drug Court, Probation, Parole, Juvenile Justice System, incarceration, severity of charges, legal restitution, etc, for clients with SUD.
  4. Become familiar with barriers that prohibit full reintegration back into the community.
  5. Effectively utilize appropriate supervision with SUD presenting cases having Criminal Justice involvement.
  6. Acquire an understanding of laws as they relate to SUD.

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Acquire an understanding of disabilities service delivery system in New Jersey.
  2. Be familiar with SUD service eligibility criteria and how to access services for those with disabilities.
  3. Identify the types of disability services for client with SUD.
  4. Become familiar with the needs/challenges and barriers of clients with disabilities.
  5. Effectively utilize appropriate supervision with SUD clients with disabilities.
  6. Acquire an understanding of Reasonable Accommodation Laws and the barriers faced by the disabled community.

At the end of this course, the student will:

  1. Identify vocational issues facing the client in treatment
  2. Identify strategies for promoting employment with clients in treatment
  3. Understand the importance of employment in the recovery process
  4. Become familiar with employment and vocational services within New Jersey
  5. Identify indicators of client readiness for employment
  6. Become familiar with legal issues related to employment

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