A national clearinghouse and resource for recovery-oriented care across the mental health, substance use, and co-occurring domains, the Office promotes a recovery-oriented system of care working in partnership with recovery community leaders, tracking progress over time and identifying to resolve barriers to system transformation.
Initial objectives include:
- Ensure that recovery is a guiding principle in SAMHSA’s policies, programs, and services.
- Promote the involvement of people with lived experience throughout agency and stakeholder activities.
- Identify health disparities in high risk and vulnerable populations and ensure equity for recovery support.
- Foster relationships with internal and external organizations in the mental health and substance use recovery field.
- Promote training and public education opportunities on recovery.
- Explore opportunities to partner with the philanthropic and private sectors to support innovative programming to address disparities and advance recovery transformation.
- Support implementation of any dedicated recovery resources to states for recovery support services.