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RECOVERY RESOURCES LIBRARY


The RTP Recovery Resources Library contains a large collection of contributed resources related to recovery: articles, reports, stories, videos, research, clinical tools, case studies, and "what our consumers are telling us."

Some of these have been written exclusively for the RTP Resource Center. Others were created and are “owned” elsewhere—and posted on or linked to this Web site. Each contribution is identified by title, author, abstract, date of contribution, and date of publication. Contributions can be organized into a specific topic “article” (or presentation) by stringing related materials together in any order the user chooses.

Users are encouraged to suggest new content for possible inclusion within the RTP Library. Contribute a new recovery resource now.

The recovery resources are catalogued by the categories listed below.

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Search Results: 1252 Items in all of the Recovery Resources Library




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By: The UPenn Collaborative on Community Integration   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Web site, Web site
The UPENN COLLABORATIVE ON COMMUNITY INTEGRATION is the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) devoted to promoting community integration for individuals with psychiatric disabilities.
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By: PBS   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Web site
The This Emotional Life Web site is a companion to the three-part PBS documentary series that explores ways of improving our social relationships, learning to cope with depression and anxiety, and becoming more positive, resilient individuals.
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By: Rita Brooks   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Video
7 part documentary highlighting the "Recovery" movement for those affected with Mental Illness.
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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: Anthony D. Mancini   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Article, Research
Recovery is an increasingly important concept in mental health services research and policy-making.
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By: Patrick W. Corrigan   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Article, Research
Recovery is the new vision for mental health services, in which two definitions of recovery dominate.
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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: Faith B. Dickerson   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Article
Recovery is the new paradigm for mental health care.
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By: Abraham Low   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Training material, Web site
The mission of Abraham Low Self-Help Systems is to use the cognitive-behavioral, peer-to-peer, self-help training system developed by Abraham Low, MD, to help individuals gain skills to lead more peaceful and productive lives.
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