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Survey Findings
August 16, 2013
ROSC Survey Meetings
• Seven Sessions held between May 1 – June 21
• Locations Involved:
– San Antonio / Center for Health...
24%
6%
43%
27%
1. What do you think about when you hear
"Recovery"? What does it mean to you?
Process Free from Drugs and ...
49%
24%
27%
2. If you consider the supports needed to
help a person's recovery journey, what
resources and supports do the...
37%
36%
12%
15%
3. What kinds of services, or supports do
you think would assist people in getting
fully integrated into t...
15%
35%
50%
4. Are there things that providers or others
might do that may be well intentioned but
may potentially hinder ...
7%
33%
29%
29%
2%
5. What would you say is most helpful to you - it could
be anything - even something that is not current...
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Aggregated report from a series of meetings with citizens across the 28 counties of Region 8 in Texas pertaining to the recovery oriented systems of care.

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Rosc powerpoint aggregated 08162013

  1. 1. Survey Findings August 16, 2013
  2. 2. ROSC Survey Meetings • Seven Sessions held between May 1 – June 21 • Locations Involved: – San Antonio / Center for Healthcare Services – San Antonio / Family Services Association – San Antonio / SACADA – San Antonio / Haven for Hope – Victoria – Kerrville – Eagle Pass • Total number of participants: 114
  3. 3. 24% 6% 43% 27% 1. What do you think about when you hear "Recovery"? What does it mean to you? Process Free from Drugs and Alcohol Change and Healing Holistic Free from Drugs and Alcohol • Diagnosis not in the way • Diagnosis is not a barrier • Abstinence • To be away from drugs Change and Healing • Overcoming challenges • Difficult transitions • Ongoing change • Bouncing back stronger Process • Systems of support • On-going • Lifestyle change • New way of living Holistic • Living a fulfilled life • Lifetime of growth • Be whole again • An awakening; healing of spirit, body and mind
  4. 4. 49% 24% 27% 2. If you consider the supports needed to help a person's recovery journey, what resources and supports do they need? Recovery Capital Family Support Other Resources Family Support • Supportive friends and families • Telling people its ok to ask for help • Family counseling • Family education Recovery Capital • Health Insurance • Counseling • AA/other support groups/churches • Mentoring Other Resources • Education and knowledge for the medical community • More community outreach at different public events • Financial counseling • Basic needs are met
  5. 5. 37% 36% 12% 15% 3. What kinds of services, or supports do you think would assist people in getting fully integrated into their communities? Basic Needs/Services Sober Community Activities/Resources Recovery Coach/Mentoring Advocacy Community/Self Basic Needs/Services • Affordable housing • Job assistance training • Childcare • GED/education and Recovery Coach/Mentoring • Mentoring • Recovery support coaches available • Case managers • Guidance/career counseling Sober Community Activities/Resources • Schools like PDAP • Youth oriented detox • Gym facilities/ and other positive activities • Networking Community/Self Advocacy • Self-educate • Self-advocate • Media/social media • Stigma free environments
  6. 6. 15% 35% 50% 4. Are there things that providers or others might do that may be well intentioned but may potentially hinder the recovery process? External Perceptions Improved Medical Therapy/Support Internal/External Perceptions • Judgmental - stereotyping • Negative feedback, criticism • legal issues and legal system • mental illness –lack of understanding Improved Medical Resources • Doctors that listen to patient and family • Sterile questionnaire - no care • lack of education of non-recovery providers • no placement options Therapy/Support • Peer pressure • Detention • Providers work in silos • Cookie cutter programs
  7. 7. 7% 33% 29% 29% 2% 5. What would you say is most helpful to you - it could be anything - even something that is not currently available. Housing Community Programs Treatment Public Perception/Dialog Milestones Treatment • Outpatient for adolescent/women/and men • Life Skills /coping • Case management • Easy access to treatment; no waiting lists Housing • Housing/ and independent living with help • Sober living homes • Money management classes • Employment opportunities Community Programs • Sober activities • Churches Milestones • Accountability • Acknowledgment • Celebrating milestone Public Perception/Dialog • More advocacy from those with influence • Reframing the dialog • Removing bias from community • More education

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