Making <br />recovery <br />a reality

Making
recovery
a reality

What is ImROC?

The Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change (ImROC) programme is a new approach to helping people with mental health problems that aims to change how the NHS and its partners operate so that they can focus more on helping those people with their recovery.

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Creating the building blocks for recovery

Creating the building blocks for recovery

What is Recovery?

Recovery is a way of living a satisfying, hopeful and contributing life even with the limitations caused by mental illness. Recovery involves the development of a new meaning and purpose in one's life as one grows beyond the catastrophic effects of mental illnesses.

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Recovery <br />is just <br />the start

Recovery
is just
the start

How do I get involved?

The ImROC programme supports local NHS and independent mental health service providers and their partners to become more ‘recovery orientated’. The programme is based on an annual membership scheme and a range of supporting consultancy packages.

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Latest News

ImROC Conference: Next steps for Recovery-focused support

In collaboration with Steven Michael, Chief Executive of South West Yorkshire NHS Foundation Trust and Chair of the Mental Health Network Board, ImROC will be running a national conference on Thursday 29 October looking at... more »


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10 Key challenges

  1. CHANGING THE NATURE OF DAY-TO-DAY INTERACTIONS AND THE QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE
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Contact details

ImROC
c/o Mental Health Network, NHS Confederation
50 Broadway
London
SW1H 0DB

Tel 020 7799 8702
Enquiries ImROC@nhsconfed.org

Endorsed by

NHS Confederation