Complete Aftercare Support Team (CAST) is a program designed to help individuals transition into independent living and long-term recovery anytime that an individual feels the need for extra support and additional help. Our experience and research indicates that ongoing support is essential to attain long-term recovery. We understand that every client has a unique road to recovery—which is why the CAST program offers highly individualized recovery plans with appropriate professionals to support health, success and accountability.

Each client is assigned a Case Manager and/or a Recovery Assistant. Based on recommendations of the referring party and a clinical assessment, the case manager develops a recovery plan catered to needs of the individual. The Recovery Assistant role is utilized depending on the client.

Case Manager
Oversees treatment plan
Takes an active role in client’s recovery
Gathers resources for client
Group leader
Liason between family and loved ones
Provides reports from LMFT, psychiatrist and/or psychologist, & physician
Monthly progress notes to family
Administers 10 panel UA
Monitors client frequency schedule
Communicate regularly with families about ongoing recovery
Establishes with client short/long term goals

Recovery Assistant
Utilized in dual diagnosis clients and patients that have failed multiple programs/chronic relapsers
More intensive treatment
Provide structure/containment
Ensure more accountability with client
Making sure client’s home is a safe environment for recovery
Medication management
Scheduling appointments
Establish a recovery meeting schedule, commitments and a sponsor


We support the client by:
Monitoring appointment scheduling and medication compliance Identifying, managing and/or reporting symptomatic conditions Recognizing the warning signs of relapse

Monitoring = A Relapse Plan
Testing is a means to support patient’s clinical needs should relapse occur Most addicts and alcoholics who relapse will do so within the first year Parents and loved ones do not have to be the “police” or the “bad guy”