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Intensive Case Management

The Intensive case management (ICM) model typically includes five phases: (1) Outreach and assessment; (2) Planning, motivational enhancement and treatment engagement; (3) Treatment coordination, monitoring and advocacy; (4) Aftercare follow-up, peer support and relapse monitoring and (5) Crisis management and termination. All case management programs for substance abuse have the same goal of helping the client attain and maintain a sober, drug-free lifestyle, while promoting stability in all aspects of life. A collaborative approach embraces the philosophy all individuals are people first, regardless of their issues and circumstances. A similar model is used for severely mentally ill people and those with co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders who do not require immediate inpatient admission. In all models, case managers institute goal-setting service plans with the input of clients.

Long-term homelessness, physical and mental health issues and substance abuse are among the common challenges of ICM clients. This model emphasizes the importance of small caseloads (less than 20 clients) and high intensity interventions, but is otherwise not clearly defined. In some programs, intensive case managers are clinicians who act as therapists in addition to their case management duties.

ICM for Substance Abuse

The goal of ICM is to offer recovery support services to individuals as they cope with addiction recovery and deal with other life challenges. An ICM manager assists clients in the recovery process, empowering them to identify individual strengths and talents, while focusing on resolving current challenges. A study on 302 substance dependent women showed ICM resulted in more positive outcomes than usual care (UC). Significantly more ICM clients initiated treatment within the first 30 days, and ICM engagement rates were almost double those seen in UC. Retention rates were more than 50% higher in ICM clients than in UC clients, and ICM clients attended significantly more treatment days throughout the 15-month period. Rates for program completion (continuous attendance and completion of at least one outpatient treatment episode) were almost 50% higher in ICM clients than in UC clients.

ICM for Severe Mental Illness

The goal of ICM is to provide reliable, systematic, flexible and coordinated mental health services addressing the unique combination of health and social needs of people with severe mental illness. A meta-analysis of 38 trials worldwide (7,328 participants) showed ICM reduced hospitalizations in terms of less frequent admissions and shorter stays in the hospital. It also increased retention in care, likely reduced the risk of death and suicide and globally improved social functioning and employment status. ICM also showed a trend towards reducing legal proceedings against clients.

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The Intensive case management (ICM) model typically includes five phases: (1) Outreach and assessment; (2) Planning, motivational enhancement and treatment engagement; (3) Treatment coordination, monitoring and advocacy; (4) Aftercare follow-up, peer support and relapse monitoring and (5) Crisis management and termination. All case management programs for substance abuse have the same goal of helping the client attain and maintain a sober, drug-free lifestyle, while promoting stability in all aspects of life. A collaborative approach embraces the philosophy all individuals are people first, regardless of their issues and circumstances. A similar model is used for severely mentally ill people and those with co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders who do not require immediate inpatient admission. In all models, case managers institute goal-setting service plans with the input of clients.

Long-term homelessness, physical and mental health issues and substance abuse are among the common challenges of ICM clients. This model emphasizes the importance of small caseloads (less than 20 clients) and high intensity interventions, but is otherwise not clearly defined. In some programs, intensive case managers are clinicians who act as therapists in addition to their case management duties.

ICM for Substance Abuse

The goal of ICM is to offer recovery support services to individuals as they cope with addiction recovery and deal with other life challenges. An ICM manager assists clients in the recovery process, empowering them to identify individual strengths and talents, while focusing on resolving current challenges. A study on 302 substance dependent women showed ICM resulted in more positive outcomes than usual care (UC). Significantly more ICM clients initiated treatment within the first 30 days, and ICM engagement rates were almost double those seen in UC. Retention rates were more than 50% higher in ICM clients than in UC clients, and ICM clients attended significantly more treatment days throughout the 15-month period. Rates for program completion (continuous attendance and completion of at least one outpatient treatment episode) were almost 50% higher in ICM clients than in UC clients.

ICM for Severe Mental Illness

The goal of ICM is to provide reliable, systematic, flexible and coordinated mental health services addressing the unique combination of health and social needs of people with severe mental illness. A meta-analysis of 38 trials worldwide (7,328 participants) showed ICM reduced hospitalizations in terms of less frequent admissions and shorter stays in the hospital. It also increased retention in care, likely reduced the risk of death and suicide and globally improved social functioning and employment status. ICM also showed a trend towards reducing legal proceedings against clients.

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