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(24) Effective Integration of Community Resources for Co-Occurring Care


Authors:

Monique Bourgeois, MPNA, LADC – Chief Community Relations Officer, NUWAY

Kenneth L. Roberts, MPS, LADC, LPCC – Chief Clinical Officer, NUWAY

Kenneth L. Roberts, MPS, LADC, LPCC – Chief Clinical Officer, NUWAY

Abstract:

Clients require a coordinated network of community-based services and supports beyond primary treatment to enhance sustained recovery outcomes. Recovery environments, peer support and effective care coordination continue be deficits in the care continuum. This session focuses on collaborative strategies for leveraging evidence-based community resources including recovery residences and peer support to fill gaps in ongoing client care. Session content includes a review of recovery residence regulation standards and access, an overview of recovery community organizations as resources for peer support development, strategies for organizational integration of identified community assets and effective data collection to demonstrate innovative integration efforts in a value-based context. The target audience for this presentation includes all levels of care providers with a focus on those responsible for agency evaluation, strategic planning and implementation.

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