SAMHSA’s Definition and Guiding Principles of Recovery

    President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health

    Practice Guidelines for Recovery and Resilience Oriented Treatment

    National Empowerment Center

    Principles of a Recovery Model Including Medications by Dr. Patricia Deegan

    Proper Breathing to Reduce Anxiety

    Non-Pharmaceutical Management of Depression in Adults:  A national Clinical Guideline

    Advocacy & Protection

    Mad in America – Website created by Robert Whitaker, author of ‘Mad in America’ and ‘Anatomy of an Epidemic’

    The Freedom Center

    The National Resource Center on Psychiatric Advance Directives

    Mental Health/Psychiatric advance directives are relatively new legal instruments that may be used to document a competent person’s specific instructions or preferences regarding future mental health treatment. Mental Health/Psychiatric advance directives can be used to plan for the possibility that someone may lose capacity to give or withhold informed consent to treatment during acute episodes of psychiatric illness.

    The National Resource Center on Psychiatric Advance Directives provides comprehensive information about Advance Directives for Consumers, Family Members and Legal Professionals.  The website has examples of what these Directives look like as well as brief video presentations discussing all aspects of Advance Directives.

    FAQs about Psychiatric Advance Directives for Ohio

    The Disability Rights Ohio (DRO) is an independent agency of the State of Ohio. DRO Disability Rights Ohio is a non-profit corporation with a mission to advocate for the human, civil and legal rights of people with disabilities in Ohio.

    In October of 2012, Disability Rights Ohio replaced Ohio Legal Rights Service as Ohio’s Protection and Advocacy (P&A) system and Client Assistance Program (CAP). It is governed by a Board of Directors, primarily consisting of people with disabilities and family members of people with disabilities.

    Disability Rights Ohio

    In Ohio, “advance directives” is the term used to describe three types of legal documents you can complete to express your wishes regarding your future health care: (1) a durable power of attorney for health care (POA), (2) a declaration for mental health treatment, and (3) a living will. An advance directive can be an important tool for you as a consumer of mental health and other disability services to guide your care should your attending physician determine that yo


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