Recovery-Oriented System of Care
Recovery residences exist within a continuum of care. A full spectrum is needed, because addiction is a chronic health issue and because individuals needs’ range and vary overtime. This may look like an individual moving across and/or between acute care stabilization and long-term recovery support. In response to market needs, a variety of recovery residences have been developed. What actually exists in a particular marketplace varies based on a range of factors including policy barriers and gaps in the local continuum of care.
- You will come to know the key values of Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)
- You will be able to identify the NARR levels of support
- You will understand recovery as a nonlinear process