Concept (Part 1)
Recovery refers to the process in which people are able to live, work, learn, and
participate fully in their communities. For some individuals, recovery is the ability to live a
fulfilling and productive life despite a d
Concept (Part 10)
Personal Health and Wellness
1. Emotional disorders can be treated so that they don't become lifelong problems.
2. Peers can influence choices and behaviors.
3. There are healthy and unhealthy ways to problem sol
Concept (Part 9)
A) Established process for obtaining informed advance directives from consumers during
periods of relatively healthy function.
B) Established process for review of advance directives during periods of
Concept (Part 8)
Programming must not be limited to clinical services
Staffing must not be limited to clinical professional staff
Program accountability based on counting units of services documented in patients
charts must be replaced by outcomes acco
Concept (Part 7)
Using the first table on each component page, the consumer reviews the "consumer
status" descriptions for their selected priority components for each of the four stages
(dependent/unaware.interdependent/aware) and indicates which status
Concept (Part 6)
Community Supports' Role:
As with the clinician domain, these are the community supports' role and best practices
for a consumer at this stage in their recovery process.
Recovery Process Model
This Recovery Process Model accounts for th
Concept (Part 5)
The clinicians' initial emphasis on "hope" and the ability to develop trusting relationships
influences the consumer's recovery.
Clinicians operate from a strengths/assets model.
Principles Underlying the Development of t
Concept (Part 4)
The Office of Consumer Services of the Ohio Department of Mental Health has
developed a Recovery Process Model and Emerging Best Practices to define and enhance
the quality of mental health services in Ohio.
These were developed as a gu
Concept (Part 3)
A cluster of negative attitudes and beliefs that
motivate the general public to fear, reject, avoid
and discriminate against people with mental illnesses.
Widespread in the U.S. and other western nations
Concept (Part 2)
to consumers around their needs and work towards incorporating more of the consumers
perspective in treatment planning.
Components of Recovery