BRSS TACS (Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale – Technical Assistance Strategies) is an ODMH and ODADAS project federally funded by SAMHSA with the goal of promoting the implementation of recovery-oriented supports, services and systems. The goals of Ohio’s BRSS TACS project are:
(1) Establish a shared Ohio definition of recovery,
(2) To bring Peer Support Service to scale provided by certified Peer Support Specialist and Peer Recovery Coaches.
(3) Establish a (fiscal) mechanism that promotes a recovery orientation in all services including Healthcare Homes through expanded access to recovery and peer services and supports.
(4) Create partnerships to establish a trained, credentialed workforce to develop high quality recovery peer services and supports. Develop a process to establish credentialing and core competency standards
BRSS TACS Goals Summarized
BRSS TACS Press Release
BRSS TACS Plan
Ohio Has a New Definition of Recovery
BRSS TACS October 2012 Calendar
BRSS TACS November 2012 Calendar
BRSS TACS December 2012 Calendar
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"Recovery is the personal process of change in which Ohio residents strive to improve their health and wellness, resiliency, and reach their full potential through self-directed actions."