Frequently Asked Questions
Partners of Reaching Recovery® can measure recovery using one or all of the following instruments:
The Recovery Markers Inventory is completed quarterly by a staff member to measure client progress in areas that “tend to correlate” with an individual’s recovery.
The Consumer Recovery Measure is completed by the client on a quarterly basis. It captures the client’s perception of recovery.
The Recovery Needs Level assigns the right level of service intensity to a client at the right time.
The PRO: Promoting Recovery in Organizations is a client survey addressing how well specific staff in an organization are promoting recovery.
No. Centers choose which instruments to use based on their needs.
The Recovery Maker Inventory and the Consumer Recovery Measures are collected at intake and then at every quarter.
The Recovery Needs Level is done at intake and then in conjunction with the client’s service plan update or earlier if needed.
The PRO Survey can be done annually.
Reaching Recovery provides three different solutions for electronic use of the tools:
1) all four assessments are being built into the clinicians’ and consumers’ workflow in Netsmart’s CareRecords and MyHealthPointe
2) Non-Netsmart clients can utilize an API interface to link the data collection and reports directly into their electronic medical record
3) Reaching Recovery hosts an external website for agencies to enter the data and receive reports.
No. Data collection process and reports are available via a secure website.
The Recovery Marker Inventory, the Consumer Recovery Measure, and the Recovery Needs Level consist of only a handful of questions. Once the clinician and client familiarize themselves with the questions, completing these three instruments just takes a few minutes. The more a clinician knows about the client, the faster it is for the clinician to complete the Recovery Marker Inventory and the Recovery Needs Level. Results are instantaneous.
The PRO Survey is broken out into different surveys for each type of staff member a client has worked with in the last 6 months. The survey consists of 10 to 16 questions per type of staff. Centers typically hire peer consumers to administer the survey.
For centers licensing recovery instruments, we help adopt key success strategies for outcome implementation. Click here to learn about the resources needed and the support we provide to implement the Recovery Outcome Tools.
In addition to outcome implementation support, we provide practical, real-world knowledge on transforming to a recovery-focused system of services. Download our catalog of trainings and read specific areas in which we can support your community mental health center. The catalog, called the “Recovery Tool Box” provides an overview of the trainings and consultation that we can provide.
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Our four instruments measure recovery from multiple perspectives and dimensions. When you join Reaching Recovery® you can use one or all four of our instruments to link outcomes to service effectiveness and system transformation. This process gives our partners a comprehensive picture and a standardized method for examining effectiveness of services and outcomes.
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