Case management services describe four primary needs

Juana comes to see you for case management services. She is receiving treatment at your agency’s center for sexual abuse. Currently, she and her two children (ages 2 and 7) are living safely with her parents in their home. She began drinking as a way to forget about the abuse. Because her drinking has gotten so bad, she lost her job. Last week, she was arrested for driving while intoxicated and has lost her license for six months. Her two children were with her in the car, so now, she has to work with Child Protective Services on her case plan to keep custody of her children. She can live with her children, but her parents maintain primary custody. Both of her parents still work full-time and are not home during the day. Identify at least four needs of Juana and explain her barriers to treatment. Remember to respond using full sentences