The Role of Case Management in Treatment Courts. Presented by Marilyn Gibson October 8, 2014. Joseph Raymond HANAS, Plaintiff, v. INNER CITY CHRISTIAN OUTREACH, INC. a Michigan non-profit corporation, Dwight R. Rottiers , Stanette J. Amy, and Reginald Coleman, Defendants.
Presented by Marilyn Gibson October 8, 2014
INNER CITY CHRISTIAN OUTREACH, INC.
a Michigan non-profit corporation, Dwight R. Rottiers, Stanette J. Amy, and Reginald Coleman, Defendants.
Case management, as a tool for improving service delivery, has a long history beginning with social casework in the early 20th century.
Case management emerged as a separate and professional service in the 1970s, where it was seen as a way to connect clients with multiple needs to an increasingly complex social service delivery system (Turner & TenHoor, 1978).
Throughout its history, case management has focused on the holistic needs of clients,
Addressing basic needs such as safety, food, and shelter, as well as emotional, medical, and other needs including employment, education, and connection with others in the community (Rapp, 1998).
Though there is little literature on case management specific to drug courts, the founding principles and concepts that guide case management in other milieus can be generalized to the drug court setting.
Relationship between treatment, probation and case management
Focus on activities that
Proactively monitor the behavior and program compliance of a drug court participant outside of the court room
Substance abusers have significant problems caused by their addiction