Our Goal: To help you successfully manage your illness and recovery.
For over ten years, Pine Rest has partnered with network180 to provide compassionate, professional inpatient psychiatric care for persons experiencing severe and persistent mental illnesses as well as co-occurring disorders. Now persons who are 18 years of age and older experiencing mental illness can also choose Pine Rest as your provider for case management services.
Pine Rest Case Management Team:
- Team Leader - with three-to-five years’ experience
- Registered Nurse - specializing in psychiatric nursing
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
- Case Manager - trained in motivational interviewing, who is co-occurring and culturally competent
- Master’s Level Clinicians
- Case Aide
- Peer Support Person
What You Can Expect:
- Development of a personalized strategy for managing your illness and moving forward with your life
- Life skills assistance: budgeting, time management, obtaining/maintaining secure housing
- Work skills assistance and links to appropriate services
- Community re-entry skills
- Benefit coordination
- Spiritual care
- Thorough assessment and continuous evaluation
- Regular medication review
- Coordination of care with primary physician
- Education about proper use of medication
- Education about your diagnosis and symptom management
- 24/7 crisis intervention services
- Person-centered planning that emphasizes the values of choice, voice, empowerment, dignity, respect, and hope
- Referral to a qualified Pine Rest outpatient clinician for individual, family, or group therapy, as appropriate
- A minimum of 1.5 hours of psychiatric services per year
- Individual and/or group work (45-60 minutes/ week), lasting three-to-six months
- Strong emphasis on setting and pursuing personal goals, and putting strategies into action in everyday life.
The Nine Training Areas:
- Recovery strategies
- Practical facts about mental illness
- The stress-vulnerability model and treatment strategies
- Building social supports
- Reducing relapses
- Using medication effectively
- Coping with stress
- Coping with problems and symptoms
- Getting your needs met in the mental health system
You hold the key to your success. Let us help you unlock the door. Call us for further information.
Elderly Case Management
Our Elderly Case Management program provides services for people over age 65 who have a severe and persistent mental illness. Services are also available for older adults who are medically fragile and live at home independently, or in settings of support such as living with relatives or in an Adult Foster Care home. The program includes case managers, physician assistants, a nurse, and transportation to necessary medical appointments. Case managers assist with addressing chronic mental health issues as well as the ever changing clinical picture created by medical complications and/or the aging process.