As Ohio works with its counties to implement Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) through their County Boards of Alcohol, Drug addiction and Mental Health Services the state required counties to design implementation and evaluation plans. This 2014 document from Hancock County, Ohio provides options for evaluating patient and program outcomes during the ROSC implementation process.
Funding Source: Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities
Assuring safety, wellness and recovery in Hancock County – Building Recovery through Evaluation: Establishing an Evaluation Plan Year 01
A 2014 draft plan for evaluating the implementation of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care model in Hancock County, Ohio