A National framework for recovery-oriented mental health services: guide for practitioners and providers

This document gives guidance to mental health practitioners and services on recovery-oriented practice and service delivery.

Page last updated: 2013

Page last reviewed: 19 August 2014

A national framework for recovery-oriented mental health services (online)

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The same publication in smaller sections:

Title page (PDF 421 KB)
Cover pages (PDF 269 KB) - including foreword, contents, acknowledgements
Executive summary (PDF 58 KB)
1 About this document (PDF 65 KB)
2 About the framework (PDF 153 KB)
3 Recovery: the concept (PDF 160 KB)
4 Recovery-oriented practice (PDF 67 KB)
5 Recovery-oriented service delivery (PDF 47 KB)
6 Recovery, self-determination and safety (PDF 81 KB)
7 Recovery across the mental health service spectrum (PDF 126 KB)
8 Recovery within the broader context (PDF 133 KB)
9 Domains and capabilities of recovery-oriented practice and service delivery (PDF 52 KB)
10 Keeping diversity in mind (PDF 152 KB)
11 Conclusion (PDF 34 KB)
Appendix - capabilities in detail (PDF 252 KB)
Glossary (PDF 48 KB)
References (PDF 60 KB)
End page (PDF 349 KB)

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