An RCCS Refresher

Recovery-Centered Clinical System Basics

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Every now and then, we like to return to the topic of recovery. 

If you're new to Telecare or the services we provide, you might not know that all of Telecare's services are built on recovery foundations.

Most notably, Telecare's Recovery-Centered Clinical System (RCCS) forms the basis of our work. It is client-centered, choice-based, and helps us design and nurture program environments where recovery can thrive.

We invite you to learn more about our RCCS here, including the components that make it work: conversations, awarenesses, and a research-validated tool to measure recovery environments. 

Our RCCS was launched at the Recovery Center at Gresham in 2002—and every day, staff take time personally to practice RCCS principles to better support residents and members in their journeys of recovery.

Finally, if you're headed to NatCon 2018, please stop by Booth 438 to see us. We especially hope you will join us for a warm, healthy, relaxing breakfast on Tuesday, April 24, from 7:00 to 8:30 a.m. Please RSVP to Cynde Burgstahler today at cburgstahler@telecarecorp.com!

Until next month, we wish you all the best,
Faith Richie, SVP of Development, Telecare


What is Telecare's RCCS?

Have you ever wondered what Telecare's Recovery-Centered Clinical System (RCCS) looks like in action? Read more about the RCCS and see why we use it as our clinical approach to care by clicking here.

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Telecare's Recovery Center at Gresham recently took a team retreat to the woods and focused on the principles of the RCCS to help build connections to each other and the work we do in programs. Click here to read more.


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Telecare's President and CEO, Anne Bakar, recently presented at a couple of exciting forums on mental health services. Read more about the presentations and download a copy of the slides by clicking the links below.


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