Funded by: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Advancing Recovery: State and Provider Partnerships for Quality Addiction Care is an $11 million national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation designed to promote the use of evidence-based practices by treatment providers through innovative partnerships between providers and single state agencies. This initiative is expected to improve clinical and administrative practices that impede the use of evidence-based practices.
There are many clinical practices in addition treatment that have been shown by evidence to improve treatment outcomes. However, there are numerous barriers that prevent a. the implementation of these practices, and b. the sustainability of these practices, once implemented. The goal of Advancing Recovery is to remove these barriers to increase the implementation and sustainability of evidence-based practices in order to improve client access, retention and outcomes in treatment.
Advancing Recovery works to impact the lives of people facing behavioral health issues through better treatment delivery systems that utilize Evidence-based practices (EBPs). We will accomplish this by: