Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC)


Mission: Supporting local recovery advocates to improve, empower, and attract their communities to implement recovery initiatives.

Vision: Improved quality of life through recovery.

ROSC Toolkits:

Sober College / Rehab Redefined
Recovery Resource Library
International Overdose Awareness Day Planning Toolkit
Recovery Month Planning Toolkit
Recovery Month 2018 - Road to Recovery Webinars
Addressing the Challenges of the Opioid Crisis and Serious Mental Illness Fact Sheet
Suicide Prevention Facts and Resources Fact Sheet

Recovery Communities of New Mexico (RCoNM) 2019 Event Celebration Video

If you are interested in hosting a STRONGER TOGETHER 2020 Recovery Month Event in your community, please click here

Recovery Santa Fe 2016 from Mountainside Aerial on Vimeo.

The ROSC initiative is to develop local partnerships of natural supports, recovery organizations, community service providers, and governmental agencies on behalf of individuals and families who seek to start and sustain long term recovery from substance abuse and addiction. These local networks, including prevention and early intervention services, will address the needs and preferences of the whole person in achieving long term recovery.

    Principles of Recovery:
  1. There are many pathways to recovery
  2. Recovery is self-directed and empowering
  3. Recovery involves a personal recognition of the need to change and transformation
  4. Recovery is holistic
  5. Recovery has cultural dimensions
  6. Recovery exists on a continuum of improved health and wellness
  7. Recovery emerges from hope and gratitude
  8. Recovery involves a process of healing and self-redefinition
  9. Recovery involves addressing discrimination and transcending shame and stigma
  10. Recovery is supported by peers and allies
  11. Recovery involves (re) (re)joining and (re)building a life in the community
  12. Recovery is a reality

The ROSC meeting is open to all and we are actively seeking new participants to include consumer and family members; other natural supports; community providers; and agency staff that are actively involved in or are looking to connect consumers in recovery with long-term supports.