What is case management?

At Recover Integrity we offer exemplary Case Management Services. Case Managers work hand-in-hand with the clients, and serve as the client’s advocate while in treatment. The case manager provides pragmatic day-to-day counseling, and recovering psychology one needs to navigate early sobriety. Clients  meet with their Case Manager on a regular weekly basis to assist with their goals and needs while in treatment. These goals range from the day to day appointments to long term dreams and ambitions.

Case Management services we provide include:

Providing support to clients through pragmatic day-to-day counseling and recovering psychology the client needs to navigate early sobriety. Providing educational, emotional and practical support to the client, to the family, to the in-house clinical team, and, on an individualized basis, to outside people involved in the case (such as referring doctors, lawyers, and clinicians).


Coordinating appointments with additional service providers in the community (such as doctors, dentists, specialists, DMV, probation, etc.), coordinating and helping with FMLA paperwork, and coordinating all aspects of the client’s case within a clinical context while at Recover Integrity.

Discharge Planning

Helping to find: appropriate housing for clients when they leave the Recover Integrity Community, appropriate 12-step or 12-step alternative meetings local to the new living arrangements, and offering vocational and or school support in preparation for transitioning out of Recover Intergrity.


Providing referrals to clients for sober coaching, primary therapists and other clinical specialists post discharge.

Why do we offer case management?

Case Management is part of Recover Integrity’s core program because we work with the whole person. We recognize that clients may have practical issues to attend to while they are in treatment, and in some instances, these practical, logistical and seemingly normal responsibilities become daunting and unmanageable for client’s in early recovery.