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Attc network orientation recovery and recovery based care

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…

  • Recovery-oriented systems of care

  • ROSC

  • Instead, use:

    • recovery-based services

    • recovery-oriented services and systems

    • recovery-oriented care

    • recovery-based care

    • recovery-oriented systems

    • etc…


www.ATTCnetwork.org

Recovery-based Care

  • This comprehensive online resource is located on the ATTC Network’s NEW consolidated Web site: www.attcnetwork.org

  • This site provides information and resources on topics including:

  • What is Recovery?

  • What is Recovery-based Care?

  • Recovery Support Services

  • Recovery Management

  • Challenges and Opportunities

  • Explore More at http://www.attcnetwork.org/learn/topics/rosc/


Publications and Monographs

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

Perspectives on Systems Transformation: How Visionary Leaders are Shifting Addiction Treatment Toward a Recovery-Oriented System of Care Great Lakes ATTC, 2007

  • Includes interviews conducted with six leaders guiding the field through the shift toward a recovery –oriented system of care, including:

    • H. Westley Clark, MD, JD, MPH, CAS, FASAM

    • Thomas A. Kirk, Jr., PhD

    • Arthur C. Evans, PhD

    • Michael Boyle

    • Phillip Valentine

    • Lonnetta Albright


Addiction Recovery Symposium

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.


Potential ATTC Products

  • Curriculum for Peer Coaching

    • Training for peer workers to enhance their knowledge and skills

  • Curriculum for Recovery Planning

    • Training would target treatment professionals to reframe treatment planning and including building linkages to emerging recovery supports

  • Peer Competencies document

    • Competencies would articulate KSAs for use in certification, supervision, and training plans

  • Change Guide for Transforming Treatment Programs

    • This guide would help treatment programs conduct self review and provide tools for modifying language, procedures, and services toward recovery-based care


Potential ATTC Products

  • Media Guide

    • Media products would be designed to raise public and professional understanding of recovery-based systems.

  • Evaluation Guide

    • Evaluation and performance measurement options would be developed

  • Compendium of Recovery-oriented System Models and Resources

    • An annotated list of programs and resource people would be compiled

  • Round table for Research Exchange and Feedback

    • A round table of researchers and recovery community organizations would focus on applying relevant research and influencing researchers to study relevant questions


Potential ATTC Products to Promote ROSC

  • National Conference on Recovery-based Care

    • An ATTC-Sponsored conference in 2010 addressing key issues in implementing recovery-based care.

  • Recovery-oriented Systems “Trailer”

    • A short video about “Recovery-oriented Systems in Plain English” that could be played prior to other ATTC events to get people thinking and talking about what recovery-based services means. Example: http://www.commoncraft.com/productions


Survey

  • Respondents were asked about each product’s potential Importance. “Would this product be responsive to key needs in the field, and would it make a significant contribution?”

  • Respondents were also asked about each product’s Feasibility. “Will the ATTC network be able to successfully deliver a quality product, or are there constraints or other issues that may limit the ability to produce what is needed?”

  • Finally, they were asked to designate their top 5 choices from the 1st (highest) priority to the 5th priority as an ATTC deliverable.


Results

Final Ratings of Potential Deliverables


Discussion

  • What do you see as ATTC Network’s role in the shift to recovery-oriented systems?

  • What are you thoughts on how these potential products fit in that role?

  • Do you have any additional suggestions for possible products?


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