Documents

Self-Assessment/Planning Tool for Implementing Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Services (SAPT): Version 2.0

The SAPT V2.0 defines key policies and practices of recovery-oriented mental health services.  It includes a 50-item survey to track performance in key areas of recovery-oriented services implementation, in addition to a planning/implementation guide to support quality improvement strategies.
SAPT V2.0

A Study of the Efficacy of the Self-Assessment/Planning Tool for Implementing Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Services (SAPT) for Supporting Positive Consumer Outcomes

This document describes the implementation of the SAPT and ROSI surveys as part of a pilot study at five Florida mental health service provider agencies to determine the relationship between the two instruments (Winarski & Dow, 2010).
Efficacy of SAPT 2010

Self-Assessment/Planning Tool for Implementing Recovery-Oreinted Mental Health Services

This document describes Version 1.0 of the SAPT and findings from a pilot study with Florida mental health service provider agencies that informed the development of SAPT Version 2.0 (Winarski, Dow, Hendry, Robinson, & Peters, 2009).
SAPT Recovery Winarski 2009

Recovery-Oreinted Medicaid Services for Adults with Severe Mental Illness Part I

This doument describes the first phase of a two part sudy that examined the delivery of reocvery-oriented services in Florida from the perspective of both staff and consumers (Winarski, Thomas, Dhont, & Ort, 2006).
Recovery Study Pt 1 Winarski

Recovery-Oreinted Medicaid Services for Adults with Severe Mental illness Part II

This document describes the second phase of a two part study that examined Florida’s system readiness to implement recovery-oriented services in relationship to guidelines, standards and finance structures that are emerging in the mental health field (Winarski, Thomas, & DeLuca, 2007).
Recovery Study Pt 2 Winarski

SAPT Presentation at USPRA Annual Conference in Boise, ID – June 15, 2010
USPRA 2010 Conference Presentation SAPT Winarski FINAL

James Winarski, M.S.W.
University of South Florida

College of Behavioral & Community Sciences
Dept. of Mental Health Law & Policy,
Louis De La Parte Florida Mental Health Institute
13301 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33612-3807

(813) 974-6490
FAX (813) 974-9327

jwinarski@fmhi.usf.edu