Running behind schedule? Waiting room full?
If you’re feeling frustrated by managed care, short stays, or feeling like treatment is a revolving door fraught with obstacles, we are here to help. Union Workforce Initiative by Psyclarity Health offers a single point of contact that provides free, confidential case management directly to people with addiction and mental health disorders.
We access the best in behavioral health inpatient and outpatient treatment programs, offering a lifeline for struggling individuals and families. We make sure the right treatment program is found, and help our clients every step of the way – from interventions to aftercare planning.
When it comes to behavioral health and substance abuse problems, it is very common for the person to deny that they have a problem. We help families, churches, and concerned parties stage an intervention. We teach everyone participating – usually family members, physicians, friends, or medical staff – how to offer evidence of the problem to the person, and break down their denial to get them to accept help.
Immediately following the intervention, we will facilitate their placement in an appropriate treatment program.
We specialize in behavioral health and addiction education, and will also design an individualized course of inpatient or outpatient care for the client. We recommend service providers for this care based on the client’s needs, circumstances, and the resources they have available.
Case management and ongoing supervision of each client’s case is an important part of our services. We continuously monitor both the clinical care and client’s progress. Job protective services are also available upon request. Once inpatient treatment is completed, we assist with the implementation and monitoring of the aftercare plan.
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830 Broadway, Norwood, NJ 07648
The Union Workforce Initiative is for educational, training, and awareness purposes only. This is not an Employee Assistance Program. We help build awareness within the workforces of employer/employee assistance professionals, substance abuse professionals, nurses, doctors, and other educational professionals.