Comprehensive Case Management for Substance Abuse Treatment (DA2022)
Author(s): US Dept of Health & Human Services
Pre-Approved for: ACM, CA BRN, CCAPP, CE Broker Provider, Delaware BON, FCB, MCBAP-Specific , NAADAC
Credit Hours: 6
CCM Credit Hours: 0
This course is online. All course material is available online and is accessible immediately after purchase from your account homepage.
This course is based off of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) for Comprehensive Case Management for Substance Abuse Treatment.
The Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) series fulfills SAMHSA’s mission to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities by providing evidence-based and best practices guidance to clinicians, program administrators, and payers.
The test for this course is on the executive summary through Chapter 6.
I. What is a TIP?
II. Editorial Advisory Board
III. Consensus Panel
V. Executive Summary
VI. Chapter 1 – Substance Abuse and Case Management: An Introduction
VII. Chapter 2 – Applying Case Management to Substance Abuse Treatment
VIII. Chapter 3 – Case Management in the Community Context: An Interagency Perspective
IX. Chapter 4 – Evaluation and Quality Assurance of Case Management Services
X. Chapter 5 – Case Management for Clients with Special Needs
XI. Chapter 6 – Funding Case Management in a Managed Care Environment
Appendix A – Bibliography
Appendix B – Practice Dimensions
Appendix C – Managed Healthcare Organizational Readiness Guide and Checklist
Appendix D – Resource Panel
Appendix E – Field Reviewers
- Understanding various models and theories of addiction and other problems related to substance abuse
- Ability to recognize the importance of family, social networks, community systems, and self-help groups in the treatment recovery process
- Understanding the variety of insurance and health maintenance options available and the importance of helping clients access those benefits
- Understanding the value of an interdisciplinary approach to addiction treatment