The recovery process often means you’re working with a variety of care professionals, including medical doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, nutritionists, and vocational counselors. Managing all the appointments, steps, and requirements to progress through your treatment can feel overwhelming as you try to rebuild your life.
Your case manager can help you manage all the individual treatment plans from your other care providers, building daily routines to promote your success. She can help you manage your medications, keep standing appointments, and complete the steps necessary to continue on your recovery journey. While your case manager will not administer your treatment, she will support you and keep you accountable every step of the way.
If you need additional professionals to help you make progress toward your goals, your case manager can help you find someone that’s right for you. Whether you need mentoring, vocational training, or specialized treatment, your case manager is here to help you succeed in any way you need.
We are an alcohol and drug-free transitional living environment. Each resident is given individualized attention and goal-setting, and we help you build a successful life for the future. You’re never rushed out the door at the Connecticut Sober Living Home. Our residents stay as long as they feel necessary to be set up for success in relationships, work, daily activities, and a substance-free life.