FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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Recovery Measures

The four recovery measures assess recovery from multiple perspectives and dimensions. When you join Reaching Recovery® you can use one or all four of the instruments to link outcomes to service effectiveness and recovery transformation. This process provides a comprehensive picture and a standardized method for examining effectiveness of services and outcomes.

Recovery Needs Level®

The Recovery Needs Level assigns the right level of service intensity for an individual at the right time.

Recovery Marker Inventory®

The Recovery Markers Inventory is a clinician’s rating of a person on eight objective factors associated with recovery.

Promoting Recovery in Organizations (PRO)

The PRO Survey is completed by the individual in service to address staff’s characteristics which promote recovery.

Consumer Recovery Measure

The Consumer Recovery Measure is a subjective measure of changes in recovery completed by the person receiving services.

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Set up a consultation today

Contact us to arrange a 90 minute web-based meeting that will dive into how the data is used within a value-based model to support engagement and progression towards mental health recovery. Throughout the meeting, you and your colleagues will learn how the tools and outcomes data are built into staffs’ workflow to:

  • Provide clinically meaningful information for treatment planning
  • Inform programmatic decisions and quality assurance
  • Support your organization's mission.
Shawna McGuckin

Shawna McGuckin, CPRP
Director of Consultation
Mental Health Center of Denver
303-504-6667
Reaching.Recovery@mhcd.org