Our recovery model takes a holistic view of a person’s life.

A process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) defines recovery from mental disorders

The recovery model is a holistic, person-centered approach to mental health care. In order to manage or recover from mental health problems, people must make choices that support both their physical and mental well-being. They need a safe and stable place to live. A meaningful daily routines such as school, work, family, and community participation are important during the recovery process and for maintaining wellness. And supportive social relationships provide people with the love, emotional availability, and respect that they need to survive and thrive. Recovery model is based on two simple premise:

  1. It is possible to recover from a mental health condition.
  2. The most effective recovery is patient-directed.

In particular, the recovery model stresses the importance of connectedness and social supports. When people have supportive relationships that offer unconditional love, they are better able to cope with the symptoms of their illness and work toward recovery.