When a client enters the treatment program in WRM’s Addiction Healing Center, we surround them with a circle of care – a Care Team that works together with the client to support their treatment goals. Guided by a licensed clinical therapist and spiritual principles, the team works with each client to determine their treatment and case management plan which includes:
- Mental health
- Physical health
- Spiritual growth
Clients are also provided with case management, using a team approach. Needs are addressed throughout the recovery process using an individually tailored case management plan developed with each client. Assistance is provided with: obtaining IDs, getting re-issued social security cards/birth certificates, obtaining health insurance, housing, transportation, legal support, financial and employment assistance. Care Team members work together to support clients in addressing their needs.
Clients move through the recovery program, supported by their Care Team. Team members work directly with clients both individually and as a group.
- Within the first 2 weeks of treatment, clients meet with each member of their Circle to begin the process of identifying goals in each area of care: mental health, physical health, sobriety, employment, and spiritual growth.
- Depending on treatment goals, clients meet with individual team members regularly for check-ins and support.
Circle of Care Group Support
- Introductory Meeting: within the first 30 days of treatment, clients meet with their Circle of Care as a group to develop an overall treatment plan
- Treatment Plan Check-in: At 3 months, the Circle gathers again to gauge progress, assess any changes to the treatment plan, and provide support for next steps.
- Transition Meeting: Looking ahead, clients and their Circles meet to establish a transition plan, ensuring strategies are in place for a successful transition out of treatment and into a new, sober life.
- Spot Checks: Throughout treatment, if clients experience significant challenges or are having trouble progressing in their treatment, the team may gather to provide additional support, adjust treatment goals, or determine if clients require a different level of care.