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George Eliot

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Diagram created by Kuladharini, Director of the Scottish Recovery Consortium, that compares the acute model of treatment care with a recovery model.


A template that looks at an individual's goals and aspirations in a range of life domains.


A resource that explores nine Recovery Dimensions (supportive relationships; renewing hope and commitment; finding your niche in the community; redfining self; incorporating illness; overcoming stigma; assuming control; managing symptoms; and becoming an empowered citizen) and what they mean for the client, key worker and service provider.


A detox preparation worksheet for people who are on ORT (opiate replacement therapies, like methadone, suboxone) and are thinking about coming off.


This 12 week session plan is aimed at treatment providers wanting to run a ORT recovery support group within their service. It has been developed from ideas given at the first ORT, Recovery and Me event in Glasgow in 2014.


This 12 week session plan is aimed at treatment providers wanting to run a ORT recovery support group within their service. It has been developed from ideas given at the first ORT, Recovery and Me event in Glasgow in 2014.


This document identifyies eight domains of a recovery oriented service system ranging from degree of participation of persons in recovery in the recovery planning and system development process to identifying and addressing barriers to recovery.


The Scottish Government's quality principles for drug and alcohol services.


A resource that explores nine Recovery Dimensions (supportive relationships; renewing hope and commitment; finding your niche in the community; redfining self; incorporating illness; overcoming stigma; assuming control; managing symptoms; and becoming an empowered citizen) and what they mean for Commisioners and ADPs.


A resource that explores nine Recovery Dimensions for a person in recovery - supportive relationships; renewing hope and commitment; finding your niche in the community; redfining self; incorporating illness; overcoming stigma; assuming control; managing symptoms; and becoming an empowered citizen.


A resource that explores nine Recovery Dimensions (supportive relationships; renewing hope and commitment; finding your niche in the community; redfining self; incorporating illness; overcoming stigma; assuming control; managing symptoms; and becoming an empowered citizen) and what they mean for Treatment Providers.


A paper from Bill White and Arthur C. Evans, Jr. that explores a core Recovery-focused knowledge base for Addiction Professionals and Recovery Support Specialists.


An example of a Recovery Plan being used by treatment providers in Fife.


An example of a Recovery Plan that considers individual goals and aspirations. 


Slides from David McCartney's (Clinical Lead LEAP) presentation on sustained recovery.


Guidance for the Scottish Government's Quality Principles for Drug and Alcohol Services (including recovery philosophy and measures) 2014.


Adapted and updated from the University of West of Scotland staff recovery attitudes and awareness questionnaire, this will give you baseline data on where your staff team are in the recovery orientated transformation process at any given time.


Recovery from addiction orientation opportunities for staff.


Questionnaire designed to help individuals focus on their recovery from addiction.


Developed by the Scottish Recovery Network, an outcome indicator tool for mental health recovery practitioners. This has been trialed, piloted and refined as a result. It makes an easy transition to recovery from addiction without adaptation.


A worksheet that explores the different stages of recovery.


Actions that treatment can take to reduce drug deaths in Scotland.


Slides from Roland Lamb's presentation on the recovery transformation of the Philadelphia Health Care system.


Slides from Professor Keith Humphreys presentation on the evidence base for Mutual Aid.


This paper describes the role partnership processes are playing in transforming addiction treatment in the City of Philadelphia into a recovery-oriented system of care.


Check out the first pages of the workbook to get an idea of what a useful and engaging resource it is.

To order copies please contact the SRC. Prices are below:

10 copies = £35 + postage

Box of 35 copies = £122.50 + postage

Print run of 1000 copies = £3,500.00 + delivery