Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process, Part 1

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It is important that a recovery house has a clear and measurable process for resident applications and evaluations, for many reasons.

First, it helps you implement the social model of recovery throughout your program. By involving current residents of your recovery home in the process of evaluating residents coming into the recovery home, you are ensuring that residents have an active role in the governance of the home. And by having a clear and measurable process that examines a person’s ability to provide support to others, you are ensuring that the recovery home is a place where experiential knowledge is valued and supported.

Also, having a clear, structured and consistent process helps residents fully understand their role within the home and make a good decision about whether your program is right for them. Empowering residents with this information is a critical part of implementing the social model of recovery in the recovery home.

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Course Syllabus

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Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #1
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Introduction
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process, Part 1
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process, Part 2
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process, Part 3
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process, Part 4
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Assessment #1
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Create Resident Application Criteria that are Clear, Measurable and Consistent
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #2
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #2 Suggestions
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #3
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #3 Suggestions
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #4
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #4 Suggestions
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Evaluation Criteria Required to Meet National Quality Standards
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Required Evaluation Criteria for Level III Recovery Homes
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Required Evaluation Criteria for Level II Recovery Homes
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Required Evaluation Criteria for Level I Recovery Homes
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Other Criteria
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Assessment #2
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Documents
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #5
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Developing an Evaluation Process
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Items to Avoid
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Separate Recovery Housing Application from Other Applications
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Other Considerations
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Resident Governance
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Create a Scoring Rubric
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Draft Your Process
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Assessment #3
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: NEXT STEPS