Recovery Institute

The Via Hope Recovery Institute aims to promote mental health system transformation by helping organizations develop practices that support and expect recovery, and by promoting the voices of people with lived experience, youth, and family members in the transformation process.

The 2017 Recovery Institute Application has closed. To view materials from the 2017 application process, click here.

Recovery Institute initiatives are designed to support the implementation of new practices, shift organizational culture, promote innovation, and increase collaboration within and among teams, preparing organizations to meet the challenges and opportunities arising in our rapidly changing environment. The Recovery Institute is funded by the Medical and Social Services Division of Texas Health and Human Services Commission and the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. Evaluation for the Recovery Institute is provided by the Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin Center for Social Work Research.

You can learn more about each Recovery Institute program by viewing the sub-pages below.

Awareness Building,

Leadership Academy,

Transition Age Youth,

Peer Specialist Integration, and

Person-Centered Recovery Planning.

Related Resources

2017 Recovery Institute Application Supplement Read More

2017 Recovery Institute Application Experiential Component Guide Read More

2017 Recovery Institute Application Preview Read More

2017 Recovery Institute Application Webinar Materials Read More