Harm reduction techniques meet people where they are and support them in making and sustaining changes in behaviors and identifying and attaining their own goals. Critical Time Intervention (CTI) can help people during times of transition by strengthening networks of support in the community. Person-centered case management strategies ensure timely access to and coordination of medical, housing, and psychological services while reducing cost and duplication of services and improving outcomes. Integrating peer workers into case management practices can also improve outcomes.
Our expert trainers can support you in increasing person-centered strategies and skills in your agency or program. As a result of lived experience, many C4 trainers bring first-hand knowledge about receiving and delivering services. More than 45% of our staff is in recovery from substance use and mental health disorders, homelessness, incarceration, and trauma. Many more are family members and allies of people in recovery as well as clinicians, practitioners, and leaders with on-the-ground experience designing and delivering services.