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By: Marrianne Farkas   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Article
In the past, practice in mental health was guided by the belief that individuals with serious mental illnesses do not recover.
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By: Mike Slade   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Clinical tools
This is a guide for mental health staff, which aims to support the development of a focus on recovery within our services.
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By: Michelle P. Salyers, Sam Tsemberis   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Clinical tools, Practice description
We examine whether Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), a widely implemented and rigorously studied practice, can successfully incorporate a recovery-oriented approach while continuing to retain program fidelity.
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By: Deborah B. Pitts   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Article
This paper was developed by members of the California Education Collaborative on Occupational Therapy in Public Mental Health for the California Mental Health Planning Council and mental health organizations statewide.
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By: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Article, Guide, Outcome tools, Web site
Adults, children and older adults with a serious mental illness or emotional disorder often lead lives characterized by recurrent, significant crises.
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By: Mark Ragins   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Article
Recovery is the normal adaptational process that follows destruction just like grief is the normal adaptational process that follows loss.
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By: Julian Leff, Richard Warner   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Books
Although it is widely agreed that the experiences of service users have much to offer mental health professionals, the majority of books for this group focus on either conditions or different types of service provision (acute, community).
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By: Mark Ragins   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Clinical tools, Outcome tools
A step by step review of the changes our staff went through to transform into recovery workers, useful as a short handout.
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By: Susan Stefan   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Books
"This provocative book illustrates how the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) has failed to alleviate discrimination against people with mental disabilities.
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By: Department of Health and Human Services   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Federal Report
Vision Statement: We envision a future when everyone with a mental illness will recover, a future when mental illnesses can be prevented or cured, a future when mental illnesses are detected early, and a future when everyone with a mental illness at any stage of life has access to effective treatment and supports - essentials for living, working, learning, and participating fully in the community.
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