Implementing Recovery Oriented Systems of Care that Build Recovery Capital, a systems change

Room –Main Ball Room February 21st, 2023, Two-Part Panel, Part 1 – 11:00 am to 12:30 pm, Part 2 – 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm, Hyatt Regency Centre, Calgary Alberta.

Implementing Recovery Oriented Systems of Care that Build Recovery Capital, systems change

Hear how the system is changing from people with lived experience to healthcare facilities to health authorities.

This knowledge-sharing 2-part session will help you implement ROSC in your practice.

Speakers

  • Kerry Bales- Alberta Health Services
  • Steven Clelland – Alberta Health Services
  • Evan Romanow – Addiction & Mental Health, Alberta Health

Part 1 Panelists

  • Jessica Cooksey – Panel Moderator
  • Bruce Holstead – Fresh Start Recovery Centre
  • Stian Rorstad – Recovery Acres
  • Peter Beka – Last Door Youth Program
  • Rebecca Visscher – Salvation Army Edmonton
  • Asha Altun – Westminster House Society
  • Plus LIved Experience Speakers

The session provides a policy and operational overview of Alberta‚Äôs Recovery Model. A panel including NGO non-profit service providers is designed to provide participants with a foundational understanding of recovery-oriented practice in community-based inpatient settings. Philosophies of care, practices, and principles are discussed using a recovery-oriented lens. Panelists will share practical strategies to increase recovery capital through a panel discussion of program-based case studies.  

Objectives 

  1. Stimulate thought and discussion on guidelines for recovery-oriented practice 
  2. Stimulate thought and discussion on transforming services and systems through recovery-oriented practices  
  3. Explore recovery philosophies of care, recovery-oriented practices, and recovery principles within grassroots non-profit community-based programs 
  4. Provide a foundational understanding of a multifaceted integrated approach, including strategies to embrace people-centered recovery management 

Part 2 Panelists

  • Jordan Bowman – My Recovery Plan Onboarding Manager
  • David Pavlus, a person in long-term recovery
  • Adam M, a youth’s lived experience with ROSC
  • Plus a panel of lived experience panelists

This panel of folks with lived experience is designed to provide participants with a foundational understanding of the internal strengths and resources used for recovery. Panelists will share lived experiences of how recovery emerges from hope, is based on respect, is self-driven, happens through many pathways, is a holistic process, is supported by developing emotional bonds with empowering networks, is culturally centered, is supported by addressing social determinants of health, and involves family and community responsibility. 

Objectives 

  1. Stimulate thought and discussion on recovery 
  2. Explore the role of community recovery capital (i.e.:  the necessary scaffolding of a recovery-oriented environment where support for finding and pursuing personally valued goals and engaging in meaningful activities are embedded)  
  3. A foundational understanding of recovery capital (i.e.: the internal strengths and external resources used to (re) initiate and sustain recovery).  
  4. Provide a foundational understanding of a multifaceted integrated approach, including strategies to embrace people-centered recovery management 
Recovery Capital Conference

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Alberta model

https://www.caccf.ca/recovery-capital/

a $600 CACCF Value