Case Management Services

case manager visiting client at home

Discover Resources in Central Wisconsin That Can Aid in Your Addiction Recovery

Individuals with mental health or substance abuse issues have a wide variety of resources, support networks and services available to them. But discovering which services are the best fit for an individual and integrating the programs into your lifestyle can be a challenge. North Central Health Care’s Case Management Services helps individuals gain access to and coordinate a full array of services including medical, social, educational and vocational services. Individuals are matched with a case manager who assesses your needs, helps you develop a plan around your individual goals, monitors your progress and provides continual service coordination. Services are available to residents in the counties of Marathon, Langlade, and Lincoln.

What is a Case Manager?

A case manager is one of your allies and main contacts during the recovery process. They keep track of the various treatments you receive, learn more about your goals for recovery, and recommend services that can help you meet those goals. Case managers are familiar with services inside the healthcare center and the local community, meaning they can help you create a more comprehensive treatment plan. They also take a more holistic approach to care, and are here to help patients address physical, spiritual, and emotional needs.