Recovery

Synonyms
Sober
clean
in recovery
recovered
dry
sustained recovery
long-term recovery
remission

RCORP Disparities Impact Statement Webinar Materials

This webinar provided RCORP grantees with the tools to complete a disparities impact statement, to support efforts to address populations in rural communities that have historically suffered from poorer health outcomes and health inequities as a part of the prevention, treatment, and recovery of SUD/OUD.
Posted Date
11/23/22

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Drug Overdose Deaths in the US During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Recent reports highlighted racial and ethnic differences in US drug overdose deaths from 1999 to 2020.Overdose deaths increased 37.2% from February 2020 to August 2021 and were predominantly associated with synthetic opioids other than methadone (primarily fentanyl or analogs) and methamphetamine. Yet data are lacking regarding racial and ethnic disparities in overdose death rates within specific sex-age combinations before and during the COVID-19 pandemic (since March 2020)
Posted Date
09/28/22

Recovery Friendly Workplace-Missouri Webinar Materials

This presentation will detail the efforts behind the grant to develop a Recovery Friendly Workplace credential through training, technical assistance, and support that assists businesses in fostering a workplace culture that promotes employee safety, health, and well-being.
Posted Date
08/17/22

RSV 2022: Plenary Video Showcase (Day 3)

During the plenary Video Showcase, JBS TEL Donald McDonald was featured as he interviewed individuals in recovery. Hear how they defined and found meaning in their recovery. Also, three RCORP Centers of Excellence provided an overview of the resources and technical assistance available for RCORP grantees.

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Posted Date
06/14/22

SAMHSA: Rural Behavioral Health Programs

Advancing health equity involves ensuring that everyone has a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible. This also applies to behavioral health. In conjunction with quality services, this involves addressing social determinants, such as employment and housing stability, insurance status, proximity to services, culturally responsive care – all of which have an impact on behavioral health outcomes.
Posted Date
06/08/22

HHS Announces Its First-Ever Behavioral Health Recovery Innovation Challenge

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), is announcing its first-ever behavioral health Recovery Innovation Challenge. The goal of this challenge is to identify innovations developed by peer-run or community-based organizations, and entities that may partner with them—such as local or state governments, health systems, hospitals, or health plans—that advance recovery. SAMHSA defines recovery as a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential. As President Biden said in his State of the Union address, we celebrate the 23 million Americans in recovery, and combating the opioid crisis that has touched so many Americans is a key element of the President’s Unity Agenda.
Posted Date
05/31/22

Supporting Students: An Overview of Collegiate Recovery Programs (CRPs) Webinar Materials

Closing in on 50 years of existence, collegiate recovery programs (CRPs) offer addiction recovery support services to students on college campuses. A historically underserved population, this webinar explored the ways in which collegiate recovery programs meet the needs of students and how they can play a role in achieving core recovery outcomes in your community.
Posted Date
05/18/22

Model Policy Considerations for Peer Support Employers: Substance Use Recurrence Webinar Materials

Data supporting the positive outcomes associated with peer support integration throughout the substance use disorder continuum of intervention and care has led nationally to systems integrating members of this relatively new workforce into their teams. Among most peer certifying authorities, sustained recovery from substance use disorder is one of the requirements to become a peer. Although substance use recurrence or “relapse” is not common among those in sustained recovery, it does happen. This webinar will introduce suggested considerations when attempting to draft model recurrence policy for peer support employers.
Posted Date
05/04/22