Alcohol and Drug Partnerships in Scotland are required to develop Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC). A ROSC is a network of formal and informal services developed to initiate and maintain recovery for individuals and families impacted by problematic alcohol and other drug use.
To support ROSC in your area, the Scottish Government has developed a Recovery Outcomes Web (ROW) Tool for measuring outcomes for service users. The information collected using the tool will be useful for the service user, their worker, and the service itself. It has been designed with the national Drug and Alcohol Information System (DAISy) in mind.
This half-day learning session has been designed in collaboration with Scottish Government Drugs Policy Unit, ISD Scotland and the Scottish Drugs Forum. The event is targeted at staff who connect with individuals accessing services and those responsible for the accurate inputting of data to help evidence change.
Consider multiple recovery indicators and their role in measuring recovery.
Understand the context in which this tool was developed and the rationale for its use.
Practice using the ROW tool with case studies and understand how results will be recorded.