What is Intensive Case Management?

When you have completed treatment, you may still have other needs which can make continued recovery difficult if they are not resolved.  Such needs can occur in any of the following areas:
  • Housing
  • Other basic needs (food, clothing, etc.)
  • Child care
  • Employment
  • Education and/or job training
  • Transportation
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Legal problems
  • Mental health
  • Physical health
  • Family and social concerns
  • Life skills (budgeting, resume building, etc.)
If help is needed in any of these areas, the Administrative Case Manager can refer you to the Intensive Case Management program.

Intensive Case Management is a no-cost, voluntary program where these concerns are addressed with professional direction and advocacy. An Intensive Case Manager will meet with you on a regular basis to help in accessing additional programs and services beyond just drug and alcohol treatment. Any Cumberland or Perry County resident is eligible for Intensive Case Management services, as long as addiction recovery is an active goal.
For more information about Intensive Case Management (ICM), download the ICM brochure