2. CONDUCTING THE 12-MEETING PLANNING PROCESS

Meeting 2 – Making recovery part of organisational culture and incorporating experiential knowledge

The goal of the meeting is for the teams to consider, through a range of engaging exercises, what the organisation is already doing, or what more could be done to implement the first two sub-guidelines in Chapter 6. 6A is about recovery-oriented culture, mission and values, and 6B is about valuing and incorporating experiential knowledge.

PREP TIME FOR FACILITATOR

5-7 hours

MILESTONE ACHIEVED OR IN PROCESS

1 - Choosing a Sub-Guideline

TIPS & RESOURCES

for Virtual Facilitation
for Evaluation

Materials for this meeting

Facilitator guide
Handouts

Videos for the meeting:

Sub-Guideline 6A – Recovery Vision, Commitment and Culture

A short video that summarises sub-guideline 6A of Chapter 6 of the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Guidelines for Recovery-Oriented Services. A series of questions are presented at the end to help you think about how to put this sub-guideline into action in your organisation.

*This video was made in the context of a project focused on housing services and that is why the narrator sometimes says ‘housing organisations’ rather than just ‘organisations’.

Accessibility: download the script for this video here as an alternative to audio.

Sub-Guideline 6B – Acknowledging, Valuing and Learning from Experiential Knowledge

A short video that summarises sub-guideline 6B of Chapter 6 of the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Guidelines for Recovery-Oriented Services. A series of questions are presented at the end to help you think about how to put this sub-guideline into action in your organisation.

*This video was made in the context of a project focused on housing services and that is why the narrator sometimes says ‘housing organisations’ rather than just ‘organisations’.

Accessibility: download the script for this video here as an alternative to audio.