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Other major areas unique to ROSC that differ from the current system include, for example, the following: l l l Involvement of consumers in the management of their own health care; individuals, in collaboration with their caregivers, assume responsibility for wellness management for a variety of conditions. Mutual aid or peer support groups (recovery coaches, recovery support specialist, community recovery support centers) are explicitly promoted. Recovery support services delivered within recovery-oriented systems of care are nonclinical services that may be provided to individuals not requiring or seeking treatment.
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