Comprehensive Needs Assessment
The Recovery Care Coordinator (RCC) meets with a Service Member within three (3) business days to, at a minimum, explain the role of an RCC and ensure that the Service Member has the necessary contact information. A comprehensive needs assessment will be conducted to ensure the Service Member and family have access to necessary recovery services.
Comprehensive Recovery Plan (CRP)
The CRP is the primary tool used to coordinate the care for Service Members and their families. The CRP is owned by the Service Member and reflects his/her personally stated medical and non-medical goals and milestones for the recovery mission. The CRP is updated frequently to reflect changes in health, financial situation, or transition goals. The CRP is designed to:
Address all immediate needs
Establish long-term, transition goals, or a desired end-state
Define action steps that encourage continued mental, physical, and emotional growth
Coordinating with the Recovery Team
The complexity of medical and non-medical care requires a team of support personnel. The RCC is an important member of this team, which also includes a Service Member's command, Section Leader, medical case manager, non-medical care manager, and other staff members as necessary. The RCC will use comments, concerns, and instruction from the recovery team to develop, evaluate, and adjust the CRP throughout the recovery process.