Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care for Individuals with Substance Use Problems: Elements, Guidance and Resources

Jonah Edelman (Editor)

Series: Substance Abuse Assessment, Interventions and Treatment
BISAC: PSY038000

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The concept of recovery lies at the core of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA’s) mission, and fostering the development of recover-oriented systems of care and services is a Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) priority. In support of that commitment, in 2005, SAMHSA’s CSAT convened a National Summit on Recovery. Participants at the Summit represented a broad group of stakeholders, policymakers, advocates, consumers, clinicians, and administrators from diverse ethnic and professional backgrounds.

Although the substance use problems and disorders treatment and recovery field has discussed and lived recovery for decades, the Summit represented the first broad-based national effort to reach a definition of recovery and a common understanding of the guiding principles of recovery and the elements of recovery-oriented systems of care. This book reviews the research related to the 12 guiding principles of recovery and the 17 elements of recovery-oriented systems of care developed through the National Summit on Recovery. It also offers an appraisal of scientific literature discussing the recovery-oriented systems of care conceptual framework and literature on recovery-oriented service and systems implementation. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Guiding Principles and Elements of Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: What do We Know from the Research?
(Cori Kautz Sheedy and Melanie Whitter, Abt Associates, Inc.)

Access to Recovery (ATR) Approaches to Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: Three Case Studies
(Peter Gaumond and Melanie Whitter, Abt. Associates, Inc.)

Approaches to Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care at the State and Local Levels: Three Case Studies
(Angela Halvorson and Melanie Whitter, Abt Associates, Inc.)

Provider Approaches to Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: Four Case Studies
(Angela Halvorson, James E. Skinner and Melanie Whitter, Abt Associates, Inc.)

Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) Resource Guide
(Melanie Whitter, Donna J. Hillman and Peggie Powers, Abt Associates, Inc.)

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