ADST 4303 Case Management II in Addiction Studies

This course focuses on the development of intakes and interviewing, intervention, case recording, and caseload management skills that are critical for case history development, program planning, goal accomplishment, and client program evaluation within the addiction treatment process.  These concepts are applied through practical experiences, both inside and outside the classroom.  Analysis of the addiction treatment Plan and review of client case records will be given particular emphasis.  A detailed description of particular high-risk populations will be provided so as to introduce students to some of the unique difficulties, considerations, and issues that confront individuals in these high-risk populations and those who work with them.  Legal, ethical, and multicultural issues in service delivery will be explored.




Grade of C or better in ADST 3303.

Schedule Type


Grading Basis

Standard Letter (A-F)

Administrative Unit

School of Rehab Serv & Counsel


As scheduled