This perspective defines how to carry out the five functions of SBCM's case management component: assessment, planning, linkage, monitoring, and advocacy.Network Therapy is a substance-abuse treatment approach that engages members of the patient's social support network to support abstinence.“Family, school, and community engagement is a shared responsibility and a continuous process that occurs wherever children learn and throughout their development into young adults.” National Family, School, and Community Engagement Working Group.

A peer learning and action network, current members are responsible for coordinating their district’s efforts and are working together to move family and community engagement from ‘Nice to Necessary’.

IEL supports the District Leaders Network through a host of gatherings and professional development opportunities including federal policy updates and local Learning Labs.

The psychoeducational sessions cover topics such as drug education, relapse prevention, available self-help groups, and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

The experientially based or interactive sessions are designed to enhance the client's level of functioning in certain key life areas that are often neglected with prolonged drug use: physical, emotional, and social well-being, adult education opportunities, vocational development, daily living skills, spirituality/recovery, sexuality, and recreation/leisure.

The technique centers on the use of "node-link" maps to depict interrelationships among people, events, actions, thoughts, and feelings that underlie negative circumstances and the search for potential solutions.

Brief Strengths-Based Case Management (SBCM) for Substance Abuse is a one-on-one social service intervention for adults with substance use disorders that is designed to reduce the barriers and time to treatment entry and improve overall client functioning.

Living in Balance (LIB) : Moving From a Life of Addiction to a Life of Recovery is a manual-based, comprehensive addiction treatment program that emphasizes relapse prevention.

LIB consists of a series of 1.5- to 2-hour psychoeducational and experiential training sessions.

After graduation and discharge to parole, women may voluntarily enter community residential treatment.