RECOVERY RESEARCH AND OUTCOMES
Prepared by: The Evaluation Center @ Human Services Research Institute
Measurement of mental health recovery and service support of recovery is a rapidly growing field. The Evaluation Center@HSRI published a second volume of a compendium of recovery measures in 2005; two years later, new measures have emerged, and existing measures have been revised.
Comparing life experiences in active addiction and recovery between veterans and non-veterans: A national study
Center for the Study of Addictions and Recovery, National Development and Research Institutes, Inc., New York City, NY
This knowledge can help refine treatment and recovery support services. Capitalizing on a national study of persons in recovery (N = 3,208) we compare addiction and recovery experiences among veterans (N = 481) and non veterans.
Laudet, PhD., Alexandra and Abt Associates (2009)
This report provides a brief background summarizing the status of the concept of recovery in the addictions field and describes the approach used to identify and to select recovery measures. A summary of findings and recommendations are offered as closing statements.
Prepared by Alexandre Laudet, Ph.D. for Faces & Voices of Recovery
As a first step to documenting the benefits of recovery to the individual and to the nation, Faces & Voices of Recovery (Faces & Voices) conducted the first nationwide survey of persons in recovery from alcohol and other drug problems. The survey was developed, conducted, and analyzed in collaboration with Alexandre Laudet, Ph.D., Director of the Center for the Study of Addictions and Recovery at the National Development and Research Institutes, Inc.