Building a Recovery-Oriented System of Care
July 22, 2015
Recovery is not a compartmentalized process, but an ongoing journey with multiple care providers assisting along the way.
Employee assistance professionals, private practice therapists, residential centers, interventionists, outpatient community resources, and many others have a profound impact on those in recovery. Coordinating care between these providers can be difficult, but the Recovery-Oriented System of Care model, when implemented effectively, can provide people in recovery with wraparound services to help them maintain their sobriety.
Join Addiction Professional for lunch and a panel discussion with experts from the area and around the country as we address how providers can better work together to support their clients' recovery.
- Understand the Recovery-Oriented System of Care model, and how it has shifted the focus of addiction treatment facilities from episodic care to ongoing recovery support
- Explain how treatment centers and the recovery community have established meaningful recovery support services, including community-based recovery centers, to help individuals gain important life skills and strengthen their long-term sobriety
- Demonstrate practical strategies to help treatment facilities and individual providers partner with recovery organizations to offer more extended support to patients
Listen to what our panelists had to say:
Terry D. Schneekloth, of the Mayo Clinic, speaks on how the addiction treatment community has advanced the idea of recovery.
Brian P. Sammon, on behalf of Dominion Diagnostics, discusses the addiction community's progression towards a Recovery-Oriented System of Care.
Michael Miller, of Rogers Memorial Hospital, speaks on the obstacles faced when working towards continual care and broadening the concept of treatment.
Dan Griffin, of Benchmark Recovery Center, discusses practical techniques to maintain contact and foster relationships with past clients.
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