Recovery-Oriented Care

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What is Recovery?

Recovery from Mental Disorders and Substance Use Disorders is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.SAMHSA, 2011

Recovery to Practice Initiative:

A Collaborative Effort of APA and the 
American Association of Community Psychiatrists

The Recovery to Practice Initiative works to further the understanding and use of recovery-oriented services in psychiatry. This project is part of a larger, multidisciplinary SAMSHA initiative.

Recovery-Oriented Care in Psychiatry -
Online Training Modules

Overview of APA/AACP Recovery to Practice Inititiative

Resources:

    SAMHSA Frequently Asked Questions about Recovery
    and Recovery Oriented Practice


     Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders - fact sheet

     Prevention and Recovery - fact sheet

     SAMHSA Recovery to Practice Resources (newsletters, webinars, etc.)

     SAMHSA Illness Management and Recovery Evidence-Based Practice Kit

 

Recovery to Practice:  
Multidisciplinary Effort

American Psychiatric Nurses Association


American Psychological
Association


Council on Social Work Education

International Association of Peer Supporters


NAADAC Association of Addiction Professionals

 
   

    APA/AACP Full Report: Psychiatry and Recovery-Oriented Practice: A Situational Analysis

    Summary of Situational Analyses from different disciplines


For more information, email:  dcohen@psych.org