Critical Time Intervention Case Study

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Author Chen shares an expert opinion of a Critical Time Intervention (CTI) case manager who works with homeless individuals with mental illness. He/she recommends starting by getting to know the patient and establishing trust because many homeless individuals are afraid and unsure how to navigate the fragmented healthcare system (Hwang & Burns, 2014; Chen, 2014).
By doing this, I identified some of the key vulnerabilities specific to each of these two homeless men. Both suffered from mental illness and substance abuse. I recommend they seek guidance from a therapist and primary care physician to stop using harmful drugs. Both of these recommendations to improve their health require assistance.
In order to refer them to get the community support

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