Highlife Recovery offers a comprehensive and client-centered approach to mental health and addiction treatment, emphasizing the importance of case management in supporting individuals on their journey to recovery. We offer both case management for addiction treatment and CPST (community psychiatric supportive treatment). Our dedicated team of skilled case managers provides a vital link between clients and various community resources, ensuring personalized care and coordinated support. Through thorough assessment and ongoing collaboration, our case managers develop individualized treatment plans that address the unique needs and goals of each client. They serve as advocates, liaising with healthcare professionals, therapists, and support networks to ensure continuity of care and maximize positive outcomes. With their expertise in navigating complex systems, our case managers empower clients to access the resources and support they need to achieve sustainable recovery and lead fulfilling lives.
What Our Clients Say
Highlife showed me the structure I needed in my life. Also the friends that I made there are my best friends today.
When I went to Highlife, it provided the next, extended step I needed to learn how to live a sober life and to have an awesome community of people around you.
What Is Case Management?
Case management, in the context of addiction and mental health, refers to a collaborative approach where professionals assist individuals by coordinating and advocating for comprehensive services, such as treatment plans, resources, and support, tailored to their specific needs.
Is Case Management Effective?
Research has found that case management is effective in improving outcomes for addiction treatment and mental health.
How does case management help in my treatment?
Case management assists individuals to reintegrate into society through:
Coordination of care between healthcare providers.
Education and application of life skills.
Help navigating court systems, furthering education, employment, and much more.
What is the difference between case management & CPST?
Case management refers to a case management program that assists individuals in addiction recovery. CPST (community psychiatric supportive treatment) refers to a case management program that assists individuals struggling with mental health. These areas often overlap, and an individual may receive services for both simultaneously.