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Southern Minnesota Recovery Connection Logic Model – DRAFT. Inputs. Activities. Outputs. ST Outcomes. Int. Outcomes. LT Outcomes. Infrastructure Recruit and train a RCO Advisory Council, hold meetings Develop policies and procedures Develop expansion and sustainability plans

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Southern Minnesota Recovery Connection

Logic Model – DRAFT

Inputs

Activities

Outputs

STOutcomes

Int. Outcomes

LT Outcomes

  • Infrastructure

  • Recruit and train a RCO Advisory Council, hold meetings

  • Develop policies and procedures

  • Develop expansion and sustainability plans

  • Host fundraisers

  • Build relationship with MRCI

  • For Stakeholders

  • Increased awareness of areas needing recovery policy and funding

  • Increased involvement of stakeholders in recovery maintenance activities

  • Program income earned

  • Staff:

  • Director

  • Volunteer/Training Coordinator

  • Administrative assistant

  • Grants manager/fiscal manager

  • Space:

  • Training room

  • Computer room

  • Audiovisual equipment

  • Office space

  • Telephone room

  • Accessibility via public transit

  • Funding

  • Volunteers:

  • Volunteer coaches

  • General volunteers

  • Community Partners

  • Advisory Council

  • MRCI Board of Directors

# and description of advisory council members

#/frequency of meetings and attendance

# and type of policies created

#/frequency of fundraisers and attendance

$ made through fundraisers

#/frequency/type of communication with MRCI

  • More sustainable, targeted, and effective resources in community

  • System developed for RCO and recovery services to be sustained after funding ends

  • Funders and policy makers are engaged in efforts to support recovery

  • Increased buy-in or support of recovery services by key stakeholders and others who haven’t been previously involved

  • Increased collaborations among organizations

    • Community, government, and employers recognize that recovery can be achieved

    • Integration with broader recovery systems

    • “A face” is put on recovery in the community

    • Recovery capital within the community is developed

    • Treatment centers refer clients directly to recovery services

    • Clients experience longer periods of sobriety

    • Clients have increased feelings of support

    • All of Southern Minnesota has access to recovery support services

  • Community awareness/education

  • Develop and implement PR/marketing plan

  • Develop and distribute bi-monthly newsletter

  • Meet with community leaders

  • Organize events for members of the recovery community

  • Participate in public forums to promote recovery

  • Organize a Speaker’s Bureau

  • For Community

    • Increased accurate understanding of recovery in community

    • Increased awareness of impacts of recovery in community

    • Reduced resistance from broader recovery community

Paradigm shift – recovery services linked with treatment providers and based on volunteer services (rather than professional)

Continuum of care is extended to include recovery

Policies make recovery more accessible and affordable (e.g. dedicated state funding for treatment)

Statewide recovery support system in place

#/frequency and types of events

# of attendees at events

# /frequency of newsletters

# of copies distributed and where

# of people receiving newsletter

# of partner organizations

# of other organizations referring to RCO

# of people accessing databank

#/type of resources in databank

#/type of referrals provided

#/% of referrals followed-up

# and description of coaches

# of hours volunteered by tier

Hours of phone/office availability

# of clients matched to coaches

# of clients calling phone line

# of presentations on coach program

#/type of transportation provided

  • For RCO

  • Potential community partners identified to build relationships

  • Increased capacity to provide recovery maintenance services

  • A recovery community coach and volunteer support system is built

  • Peer-based recovery support

  • Develop relationship with current providers & community resources

  • Develop databank service directory

  • Provide referrals to services

  • Recruit volunteer coaches

  • Develop training for coaches and system to match them with clients

  • Develop phone-based recovery support system

  • Present information on coach program to community organizations

  • Transportation services

  • For Clients

  • Greater understanding of available support resources

  • Increased recovery support and services received


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