Connecticut was one of the first states to adopt a Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) model for addiction treatment and is commonly cited as a model for other states to follow. This document provides guidelines for addiction treatment providers to adopt ROSC principles in their programs with recommendations given in multiple subject areas such as adopting patient-centered care, promoting patient access and engagement with treatment, ensuring continuity of care, and offering individualized treatment planning.
Funding Source: Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Practice Guidelines for Recovery-Oriented Behavioral Health Care
Connecticut's guidelines for treatment providers to incorporate Recovery Oriented Systems of Care principles into their programs