Case Management 

Project Reconnect: A United Way SELA & BCM Partner Program

 

 

For individuals that have been recently released from incarceration, this CADA re-entry program breaks the cycle of criminal behavior, substance abuse and recidivism by combining psychoeducational support groups and transitional planning in correctional institutions with effective community-based treatment, recovery, and re-entry related services. Project Reconnect works to expand substance abuse treatment and related mental health services available to ex-offenders in the community by providing referrals and follow-up to substance abuse treatment programs. The program is designed to bridge the gap in aftercare by transitioning from re-entry into outpatient substance abuse treatment with a heavy emphasis on individualized case management.

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Self & Safety: Through a New Lens (OP Group)

 
The purpose of this program is for the treatment of mild to moderate co-occurring disorders and trauma. The program uses a curriculum that has been found beneficial in the treatment of co-occurring disorders and trauma. The goal for the program is to provide individuals with a trusting space to discuss their struggles with mental health and substance use in hopes that they can rediscover how to cope in safer, healthier ways.

Who is Eligible?
All clients must meet criteria for a co-occurring disorder and be screened for trauma responses. The core program services include screening, assessment, and group/individual sessions. Additional program services include case management, crisis intervention, family education, client education, and referral to other program/services as needed. Program can be used as a step-down program form IOP services for clients who are looking for continue recovery maintenance and support. Program completion will be based upon progress towards individual service plan goals.

All clients enrolled in Self & Safety are paired with a case manager to assist clients with removal of barriers to treatment so they can focus on wellness and recovery. The program consists of 1-2, 1.5-hour group sessions per week.

New Directions:

Homeless and substance use support services

New Directions:

For individuals and families at-risk or experiencing homelessness and substance use

The New Directions Project at CADA Prevention & Recovery coordinates and implements an array of integrated services and supports to reduce homelessness among individuals and families in the Greater New Orleans Area.

Who is eligible?

  • Those in the Greater New Orleans Area

  • Individuals and families currently experiencing or at-risk for homelessness

  • Individuals and families affected by substance use, mental health and other life stressors that are interested in strengthening recovery skills

Program Services Include: 

  • Comprehensive Screening/Assessment

  • Individual and Group Counseling

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment

  • Transition Planning                                           

  • Family and Education Support                                 

  • Case Management and referrals for:

    •  Job Training Programs

    • Educational Programs

    • Housing Assistance

    • Medical Treatment

  • Assistance Acquiring Health Insurance