Person Centered Recovery Planning

Person-centered care has been recognized as a promising tool for transforming the current behavioral health system and restoring certain elementary freedoms to individuals receiving services and their loved ones (Institute of Medicine, 2001).

The PCRP program exists to promote implementation of this practice at a variety of provider organizations across the state. In 2012, the Via Hope Recovery Institute launched its PCRP pilot phase, working with three community mental health centers and one state hospital. The next phase will include tools and support related to training, coaching and organization wide implementation strategies.

For more details on the pilot program in 2012, see the Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health evaluation report.

Have questions? Contact the PCRP Coordinator.

The 2017 Recovery Institute Application will open October 19th!

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