Define the individual client or community population. 

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Introduction

Define the individual client or community population.  This should be about 1-2 paragraphs that identify the client (or the organization).

In this section, for an A paper, you will address the following elements:

Introduces the client or community population for whom the treatment or service plan is being developed,

Include cultural or diversity issues; also

Include the role of the social worker in supporting the client or population.

Include at least one reference that defines the importance of cultural sensitivity and the role of the social worker working with a client or organization.

Identified Issue/Situation

Describe the situation to be addressed that was identified by the client or the organization

In this section, for an A paper, you will address the following elements:

Define the identifying issue, situation, or problem in a way that reflects client or community agency,

Discuss the cultural or diversity issues inherent in the client or community situation, and Reflects the interaction between the social worker and the client or community.  Include supporting literature from the course text or other related source.

Problem Statement

How did the client or the organization state the problem?

This should correspond to the Problem statement on the ASI Treatment Plan Template

Goals/Objectives to be Achieved

This should correspond to the Goals section of the ASI Treatment Plan Template.

In this section, for an A paper, you will address the following elements:

Creates clearly defined objectives and goals with measurable outcomes that reflect the interaction between the social worker and the client or community.  Include literature that discusses how to define objectives and goals with measurable outcomes.

State the goals in measurable terms.  For example, “The client states a desire to quit smoking.” Or “The client states a desire to exercise more often.”

Measurable Goals

For example, the client who wants to quit smoking.  Measurable goals might be: To obtain a prescription for a nicotine patch by XXX date; to go for 3 days without a cigarette starting on XXX DATE; to call a hypnotherapist and find out about how to use hypnotherapy for changing cravings to smoke.”

Each goal should have a target completion date.

Interventions

Describe what the counselor will do to assist the client with achieving the defined goals.

Participation in Treatment Planning Process

What actions will the client (or organization) do to be involved in the plan of action?

Participation of Others in Goals and Plans

Who will the client (or organization) use to support their goals?

Indicators of Successful Completion

How will the client and counselor (or organization and manager) know that successful completion has occurred?

Parallels between Individual Treatment Plans

and Organizational Plans

Describe how an organizational plan would be the same or different from an individual treatment plan.  This is to demonstrate understanding of micro compared to macro level planning processes.

Defines and discusses more than one similarity and one difference between an individual treatment plan and a community, organization, or group service plan, including factors that account for cultural or diversity issues with the client or community, and how the social worker interfaces with the client or community in the process.

Summary

Summarize the process of helping an individual or an organization define a problem, set goals, and assess progress.

Appendix

Insert the completed treatment plan template/form here

References

USE AT LEAST 4 Academic References. 

USE YOUR TEXT as one of your supporting references.

Chorpita, B.F., Daleiden, E.L., & Collins, K.S. (2014). Managing and adapting practice: A system for applying evidence in clinical care with youth and families. Clinical Social Work Journal, 42, 134-142. Retrieved from ProQuest Psychology Journals.

Jacobson, J. M., & Sacco, P. (2012). Employee assistance program services for alcohol and other drug problems: Implications for increased identification and engagement in treatment. American Journal on Addictions, 21(5), 468–475. doi:10.1111/j.1521-0391.2012.00256.x

Kirst-Ashman, K.K. (2013). Introduction to Social work & social welfare: Critical thinking perspectives (4th Ed). Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Thomas, L.R., Donovan, D. M., Sigo, R. W., Austin, L., & Marlatt, G. G. A. (2009). The community pulling together: A tribal community-university partnership project to reduce substance abuse and promote good health in a reservation tribal community. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 8(3), 283–300. doi:10.1080/15332640903110476

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