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Handbook of Community-Based Clinical Practice$
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Anita Lightburn and Phebe Sessions

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780195159226

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195159226.001.0001

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Recovery Guides

Recovery Guides

An Emerging Model of Community-Based Care for Adults With Psychiatric Disabilities

Chapter:
30 Recovery Guides
Source:
Handbook of Community-Based Clinical Practice
Author(s):

Larry Davidson

Janis Tondora

Martha Staeheli

Maria O’Connell

Jennifer Frey

Matthew J. Chinman

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195159226.003.0030

This chapter argues that continued use of inherited models of case management limits the progress that otherwise could be made in actualizing this shift from a deficit- and institution-based framework to a recovery and community integration paradigm. This paradigm calls for new models of community-based practice that move beyond the management of cases and beyond merely semantic changes that introduce new terms for old practices. One such model that appears to be emerging in the field is that of tour guide, community guide, or, “recovery guide.” Prior to introducing this model, the chapter first reviews existing models of case management that have underlain the last 40 years of community-based practice. It then outlines the principles of care that ground a recovery-oriented alternative; describes the key components of the recovery guide model; and considers some of the broader implications of this model for community-based practice.

Keywords:   case management, community-based clinical practice, psychiatric disabilities, patient care, social work practice

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