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Thrive Counseling’s program is designed to provide services for persons who have or are at risk of having harmful involvement with alcohol or other drugs/addictions. Our program uses a team approach to minimize the effects and risks associated with alcohol and other drug addictions.

Case Management assists with coordination of services:


Substance Use Disorder

A service or set of services that may include medication, counseling, and other supportive services designed to enable an individual to reduce or eliminate alcohol and/ or other drug use, address associated physical or mental health problems, and restore the patient to maximum functional ability.


An integrated system of care that guides and tracks a person over time through a comprehensive array of health services appropriate to the individual's need. A continuum of care may include prevention, early intervention, treatment, continuing care, and recovery support.


A peer support group is a regular gathering of men and women with the lived experience of mental illness. Usually once each month, these individuals come together, overseen by a trained peer support specialist or facilitator, to talk with one another about their experiences, struggles and challenges.


It is critical those in recovery have access to a team of specialist for ongoing maintenance and aftercare to ensure their continued success. A person diagnosed with addiction will need to continuously treat and manage their disorder to maintain sobriety and good health. Based upon each individualized situation, we will create a customized care plan for each client.


Outpatient Psychotherapy

Outpatient mental health treatment is not one specific type of treatment. Instead, it is a general term for treatment that takes place in an office, hospital, or clinical setting, but involves no overnight stay. Treatment may involve: Individual or group counseling and psychotherapy.


Day treatment services, or Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services, provide a structured schedule of non-residential services for four or more consecutive hours per day. These services are available upon request or based on the recommendation, and referral, of the treating provider

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A process to plan, seek, advocate for, and monitor services from different social services or health care organizations and staff on behalf of a client.



A case manager at Thrive will assist you in coordinating the care you are receiving. They will empower you by connecting you with a variety of resources in the community. They will help you understand what services are available to you that you may not already be using, as well as ensure that you are receiving quality and efficient care to meet your mental health needs. A case manager will also conduct a thorough assessment in order to gain a better understanding of your needs. 

Clients receive treatment in individual and small group sessions for ongoing assessment of needs, assistance in managing basic needs and the development of daily living skills.

Case Management assists with coordination of services:
  • Finding community services

  • Outreach

  • Individual and family education and training

  • Education and employment opportunities

  • Linking a person who needs services with the agencies that provide them

  • Monitoring a person’s progress as he or she is receiving certain services

  • Advocating for a person to ensure that all needs are being met adequately

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A case manager is an important part of a person’s recovery.

For instance, a case manager can provide various health options for a person to choose from. A case manager can facilitate communication between a client, his or her family members, care givers, and service providers. A case manager can also educate the client as well as a client’s family on topics such as medical insurance, benefits, and various options of care. Once a person is connected to the right services, a case manager can also assist that person with transitioning to the next level of care, when needed. And lastly, a case manage will help a person advocate for him or herself.

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