Area of Focus: Recovery-oriented practices
Area of Focus: Recovery-Oriented Practices
New England MHTTC offers support at local, regional, and national levels on recovery-oriented practices, including recovery supports, within the context of recovery-oriented systems of care. These include, but are not limited to, person and family-centered care planning and shared decision-making; peer support; supported employment, education, parenting, and spirituality; and other strategies to promote the community inclusion of children/youth and adults with serious mental illnesses and their loved ones.
The New England MHTTC provides training, technical assistance, and tool and resource development to enable states and mental health practitioners to provide these types of recovery-oriented practices within the context of recovery-oriented systems of care.
Recovery-oriented practices are those practices that promote either clinical recovery, personal recovery, or both. Read more about recovery-oriented practices.
New England MHTTC Products & Resources
- Peer Leadership