Texas Recovery Initiative (TRI)

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Overview

The purpose of the multi-phase Texas Recovery Initiative (TRI) is to gather information and recommendations for designing protocols that implement holistic, recovery-oriented models of care for use within the behavioral health community. An essential characteristic of a recovery-oriented model is that it be based on an individualized, multi-disciplinary recovery plan that is developed in partnership with the person receiving these services and all others identified as supportive of this process.

Recovery Oriented Systems of Care

Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) emphasize the importance of community collaborations and partnership, including governmental agencies at all levels, to ensure the continuum of care available for other chronic care diseases (such as diabetes or heart disease) for persons affected by substance use disorders. ROSC services enhance each individual’s personal strengths and improve their social functioning while allowing them to build recovery self-management skills by providing continuing support during the recovery process.  Learn more about Recovery Oriented Systems of Care in Texas »

2013 Bringing Recovery Support Systems to Scale Forum

The Bringing Recovery Support Systems (BRSS) to Scale Forum, which is designed to bring together key stakeholders from the substance abuse and mental health fields, was held on January 25, 2013 in Austin at the Doubletree Hotel. There were nearly 200 participants in attendance at the event. The BRSS effort and Forum was funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. Read more about the BRSS Forum »

TRI Meetings

For materials and information from prior meetings, please see the Texas Recovery Initiative Meeting Archive.

 

Date & Time

Location

Meeting Documents

Notes

2014 TRI Meetings

March 20, 2014

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Room 1420 - Brown-Heatly Building

4900 North Lamar

Austin

Directions to the Brown-Heatly Building

Agenda - TRI Meeting - March 20, 2014 (MS Word)  
       

 

 

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Last updated March 14, 2014