|Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care|
Michigan's Definition of ROSC:
Michigan's recovery-oriented system of care supports an individual's journey toward recovery and wellness by creating and sustaining networks of formal and informal services and supports. The opportunities established through collaboration, partnership and a broad array of services promote life enhancing recovery and wellness for individuals, families and communities.
Our office is committed to developing a recovery oriented system of care (ROSC) in Michigan. As a result, we are initiating a process to engage stakeholders throughout the state, including people in recovery, family members, providers, and county administrators, in a dialogue to assist in creation of a shared vision to shape the future of Michigan's prevention and treatment system. To lead the ROSC process in Michigan, a Transformation Steering Committee (TSC) was formed.
June 19, 2014:
March 20, 2014:
September 19, 2013:
March 21, 2013:
December 13, 2012:
September 20, 2012:
June 21, 2012:
- TSC Meeting Minutes, Jun. 21, 2012
- Transforming Cultural and Linguistic Theory into Action: A Toolkit for Communities, February 2012
- Pillars of Peer Support: Transforming Mental Health Systems of Care Through Peer Support Services
This report serves as a guide for starting and supporting currently established peer-based services. Although the report is focused on developing this service within the mental health system, the information can be adapted for use in any service delivery system.
- NIATx Overview
- NIATx Five Principles
- NIATx Way
- ROSC Policy-Financial Survey Results
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