Overview of RSA-R

The Recovery Self Assessment- Revised (RSA-R) is a brief survey designed to demonstrate knowledge and awareness among mental health and substance use service providers on the concept of recovery . Recovery and the principles that support it are sometimes difficult to translate into actual practices; therefore, multiple perspectives are important in assessing the status of recovery oriented systems. The RSA-R consists of a brief survey for each of the following four groups of people:

    • The person in recovery / receiving services
    • Family member/significant other
    • Providers of services
    • Administrator/manager

The Division of Behavioral Health (DBH) is attempting to measure responses from these four groups of people across the state. We are requesting your assistance with providing this information. Responses are anonymous, with the exception of tracking specific agencies and geographic location.

Instructions

Please enter the date you completed form.

Please indicated your county of residence.

Please indicate type of provider agency (e.g., community mental health center, state psychiatric hospital, residential substance use program, crisis stabilization unit, private mental health provider, private substance use provider, other, – please specifiy, or don't know).

Please answer each question on the type of survey that fits you best:

    • The person in recovery / receiving services
    • Family member/significant other
    • Providers of services
    • Administrator/manager

Please respond by marking 1-5 on the Likert scale for each response – or by marking N/A for non-applicable or DK for don’t know.

“Program” refers to the service/provider agency.

Thank you!

Missy Runyon

Program Adminstrator

502.782.6187

melissa.runyon@ky.gov

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Adam Trosper

Program Coordinator

502.782.6230

adam.trosper@ky.gov


Fax: 502.564.9335

http://dbhdid.ky.gov/kdbhdid/

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