ATTC Network Orientation: Recovery and Recovery-based Care. Workforce Development Technology Transfer and Systems Change Performance Monitoring and Quality Improvement Recovery and Recovery-based Care Communication and Network Development. The ATTC Network Priority Areas. 2. Terms….
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Technology Transfer and Systems Change
Performance Monitoring and Quality Improvement
Recovery and Recovery-based Care
Communication and Network Development
The ATTC Network Priority Areas
Recovery: Linking Addiction Treatment & Communities Of Recovery: A Primer For Addiction Counselors & Recovery Coaches
Northeast ATTC, 2006
This scholarly paper offers readers a renaissance of ideas that will provide the suffering addicts with which they work an increased opportunity for lasting recovery. Also includes a comprehensive bibliography.
Monograph: Recovery Management
Great Lakes ATTC, 2006
This monograph contains a synthesis of findings from scientific studies and recommendations from new grassroots recovery advocacy and support organizations and introduces the recovery management model through a collection of four papers.
Perspectives on Systems Transformation: How Visionary Leaders are Shifting Addiction Treatment Toward a Recovery-Oriented System of Care Great Lakes ATTC, 2007
Addiction Recovery Symposium: Aligning Concepts, Practice & Context to Promote Long-Term Recovery: An Action Plan
Held on May 1 & 2, 2008, in Philadelphia, PA
Northeast ATTC & Great Lakes ATTC
A diverse group of stakeholders and leaders in the field were brought together to show that there is a place for all within this new system. Participants participated in a day and a half of reflection on ways to improve the care of those at risk for or suffering from addiction.
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