In a recent episode of the Road to Recovery Television Series, Oryx Cohen joins a panel discussion on the importance of developing a sense of purpose. A 2008 study published in the American Journal of
Humane ways of understanding the legitimate realities of the lives we live Would you like to contribute to an alternative understanding of ‘psychosis’? HUMANE spaces is preparing to provide an alternative to the
Thanks for sharing your story with us Daniel. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there. I came to Cambridge in 1976 to carry out my residency in psychiatry at
The National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery (NCMHR) is proud to host Alternatives 2018, which will be held July 29 through August 3, 2018, at Catholic University of America, in Washington, DC. “Catholic University was
Today we’d like to introduce you to Oryx Cohen. Oryx, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far. My parents met on
Webinar Archive Now Available!
Self-Direction through Personalized Budgeting
This webinar occurred on February 27th.
Self-direction is a model for organizing supports in which the participant manages an individual budget to purchase for a variety of services and goods used to facilitate their recovery journey.
This webinar starts with an introduction to Self Directed Care (SDC), including a brief history and the places that are testing it out. There are three perspectives shared:
Bevin Croft, MPP, PhD – Research Associate at the Human Services Research Institute. The research that has been done, preliminary results here and in England. Future directions in research and funding for research.
Julie Schnepp – has participated in the Consumer Recovery Investment Fund Self Directed Care Program for the last seven years. During this time she has become a Certified Peer Specialist with additional training in working with youth and young adults, older adults, forensics, LGBTQA+ and more.
Pam Werner – Manager with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services in the Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care.
Alternatives 2018 to be hosted by NCMHR
The National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery (NCMHR) is proud to host Alternatives 2018, which will be held July 29 through August 3, 2018, at Catholic University of America, in Washington, DC. “Catholic University was chosen as the location because it is in our nation’s capital, is economical, and has a commitment to justice and the common good,” said conference chair Anthony Fox.
The conference theme is “On Our Own, Transforming the Future Together”—as both an homage to the seminal work by the late movement leader Judi Chamberlin and in recognition of the fact that this will be a “people’s Alternatives,” funded entirely through registration fees and donations. “We will be ‘on our own’ again, connecting to the roots of our movement,” Fox said. “We will be free and empowered to express our unique voices, to learn from each other in the spirit of self-help, mutual support, and the principles of recovery in action, with the goal of living full and independent lives in the community.” Read more…
Resource of the Week
One of a series of materials produced by the Evaluation [email protected] This compendium provides a resource of current recovery and recovery-related instruments for adult mental health system stakeholders to use in research and evaluation particularly towards the end of identifying evidence-based practices. [Click to view Measuring the Promise (PDF – 7,917KB, 254 pages)]
NEC Now Hosting Empower! Radio Show
Dan Fisher and Oryx Cohen are now hosting a monthly radio show on Unity Radio, WUTY 102.9 FM, Worcester’s Community Connection! Be sure to check out the latest episode!