Our case managers are on hand to help you find your way in society once you leave the addiction treatment program. If you need help applying for government assistance, learning how to properly pay bills and budget your finances, hunting for an apartment, or putting your resume together to find a new job, our case managers are there to help and ensure a seamless transition into life after recovery. Your case manager will also help you make health and wellness appointments and assist with getting around town using the bus or other forms of transportation. As part of our comprehensive treatment approach, we make sure that you have the life skills necessary to make your recovery a success.
Cornerstone’s family-centered approach to recovery focuses in all areas physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Our treatment facilities have proven successful for clients looking to break free from addiction and become productive members of society once treatment is complete. Cornerstone offers hope and help to our clients: call us today at 1-888-711-0354 or contact us online.
Our customized and individualized approach to recovery takes place in our nurturing and healing environment. The staff at Cornerstone includes the medical director, psychiatrist, physician assistant certified, nurses, licensed mental health counselors, social workers, certified addiction professionals and counselors, certified behavioral health technicians, and certified recovery and family coaches. Your case manager works with the rest of the staff in support of your recovery journey. We know that each client is different and the treatment plan for each individual must also be different based on the needs and circumstances that are unique to your situation. Your input is also needed in customizing your treatment plan; you help us develop the treatment plan that is right for you with a combination of services, therapies, curriculum, and programs, including our 12-step recovery program, SMART Recovery®, family services, and treatment of co-occurring disorders.
If you or a loved one needs help for alcohol or drug addiction, please contact our admissions counselor today by contacting us online or calling 1-888-711-0354. All communications with our staff are confidential.