HMNS 212 - Community Resources and Case Management (3,0) 3 Credits
Prerequisite(s): HMNS 105 - Introduction to Addiction .
This course will enable students to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of case management, and how those skills are translated into action in the human service profession. Students will learn skills that will facilitate their transition from the classroom into the human service arena. They will learn the vocabulary and methods used by more advanced human service professionals in the human service field. State and local service delivery agencies will be explored through research, lectures and guest speakers. Emphasis will be placed on community resources, consultation, documentation, HIV and resources, New Jersey Mental Health Services, New Jersey Child and Family Services, New Jersey Employment Services and the Criminal Justice system. This course will emphasis critical thinking. This course will prepare those students seeking certification as alcohol and drug counselors (CADC).
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