Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) in Ohio: Statewide Assessment Results

Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) in Ohio: Statewide Assessment Results

Technical Report: Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) in Ohio: Statewide Assessment Results
 
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Background and Purpose
Recovery is Beautiful
Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) is a coordinated model of delivery comprehensive supports and services that promote recovery, health, and wellness. Recovery oriented services emphasize an individual’s long term quality of life, housing stability, employment, choice, and social relationships, not just a reduction of symptoms. Since 2014, the Ohio Association of Behavioral Health Authorities (OACBHA), has outlined and pursued a vision for transforming behavioral health services across the state consistent with recovery principles.
To assess progress toward implementation of ROSC principles, OACBHA developed the Recovery- Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) Stakeholder Assessment with their member boards, which was administered statewide in Ohio during the summer of 2018.
The purpose of the ROSC assessment is: (1) to examine the degree to which state and local behavioral health systems are recovery-oriented, and (2) identify areas of strength and opportunities for development and improvement. This report describes the methods, results, and implications of the ROSC assessment

Citation

Bunger, A., & Beer, O. W. J. (2019). Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) in Ohio: Statewide Assessment Results (2018). The Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities. https://www.oacbha.org/docs/ROSC_State_Report.pdf
 
Full report PDF available here.
 

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