Case Management and Substance Abuse Treatment: Practice and Experience
Case managers are in a unique position that enables them to help their clients achieve their drug treatment goals. Based on a special issue of the Journal of Case Management, this important book reviews the use and adaptations of case management for the treatment of special populations, such as substance-abusing women, prisoners, and HIV-positive drug users. The chapters provide a well-balanced treatment of the subject, including descriptions of innovations in the field, the impact of case management on health care costs, and the challenges faced in the implementation of case management.
Case Management, Substance Abuse Treatment, Case Managers, Special Populations
Medicine and Health Sciences | Mental and Social Health | Substance Abuse and Addiction
Siegal , H. A., & Rapp , R. C. (1996). Case Management and Substance Abuse Treatment: Practice and Experience. New York, NY: Springer.