Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)

SAMSHA defines a Recovery-Oriented System of Care (ROSC) as a coordinated network of community-based services and supports that is person-centered and builds on the strengths and resiliencies of individuals, families, and communities to achieve improved health, wellness, and quality of life.  By design, a ROSC provides individuals and families with support to make informed decisions regarding their care. Services are designed to be accessible, welcoming, and easy to navigate. A fundamental value of a ROSC is the involvement of people in recovery, their families, and the community to continually improve access to and quality of services that advance recovery from addictions and promote mental wellness.

Earlier this year, the ADM Board embarked on a community assessment of how well the ADM system of care measures up to the core ROSC principles. This was accomplished through an online survey and focus groups with stakeholders which included people in recovery, family members, criminal justice system representatives, educators, faith leaders, provider agency leadership and staff, local social service agencies, and ADM Board staff & board members. The results included the identification of strengths, opportunities for improvement and action steps to inform planning for the ADM system of care.

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Recovery is Beautiful

Recovery Is BeautifulThe Recovery is Beautiful website, produced by the Ohio Association of County and Behavioral Health Authorities (OACBHA), is about changing the conversation about mental illness and addictions and providing hope and encouragement to those in recovery. It aims to raise awareness that these illnesses are treatable, people do recover, and that recovery should be celebrated.

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Rock and Recovery

Rock and RecoveryRock & Recovery is an online and HD radio listening experience produced by WAPS-FM in Akron, Ohio. Rock & Recovery mixes inspiring stories and messages of strength, and hope, from professional health-care providers, addicts, comedians, and family members. These powerful stories and meaningful messages are carefully woven in between hand-picked music. This music is uplifting without being preachy, spiritual without religion and familiar to a wide audience. Rock & Recovery is not associated with any sect, denomination, political ideology, organization, or institution.

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Faces of Hope: Ellijuwon Received services through Interval Brotherhood Home and Oriana House-ADM Crisis Center
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