Read or download Vet to Vet facilitator training materials; Illness Management & Recover documents; Academic Papers, or poetry and drawings by Moe Armstrong
Please click on the title above to read or download this 295-page manual, which includes the following core materials:
OTHER MATERIALS FOR FACILITATORS:
Wellness Self-Management Personal Workbook
Peer Facilitators Manual (English)
Peer Facilitators Manual (Spanish)
Vet to Vet Fidelity Interview
Vet to Vet Fidelity Scale: Moe's Version
Peer Educators Satisfaction Survey
Peer Facilitator Rating Scale
Training for Staff Working with Vet to Vet Facilitators
Hip Pocket Version of A Working Life for People with Severe Mental Illness
Working with Mandated Participants
Sheet to Make Vet to Vet Pins
"Vet to Vet: The Writings from the Writer's Group, Transcribed by Ron St. John"
Action Planning for Prevention and Recovery (SAMHSA)
Building Self-Esteem: A Self-Help Guide (SAMHSA)
Dealing with the Effects of Trauma: A Self-Help Guide (SAMHSA)
Making and Keeping Friends: A Self-Help Guide (SAMHSA)
Recovering Your Mental Health: A Self-Help Guide (SAMHSA)
Recovery and Wellness Lifestyle: A Self-Help Guide (SAMHSA)
Speaking Out for Yourself: A Self-Help Guide (SAMHSA)
Resource Center to Promote Acceptance, Dignity, and Social Inclusion Associated with Mental Health (SAMHSA)
Illness Management & Recovery (IMR) is an evidence-based practice program that helps people:
Please click on the links below for an IMR Overview, the complete IMR Workbook, and other fact sheets and forms that may be helpful.
Provides the concepts and goals of IMR.
Illness Management & Recovery Workbook, Park 1
Includes IMR Basics and Practitioners’ Guidelines.
Illness Management & Recovery Workbook, Part 2
Includes Educational Handouts.
Illness Management & Recovery Workbook, Part 3
Includes the IMR Group Manual and Session-by-Session Guide.
Answers questions for persons who are new to the concept of goal-setting.
Goal Tracking Form and Goal Tracking Example
Provides a form and example of goal-tracking, which is essential to IMR. All who receive IMR services receive ongoing, non-intrusive, non-judgmental and non-authoritarian tracking of goals and accomplishments, offered in a nurturing and supportive manner.
Shows how diet change, exercise and lifestyle-monitoring help improve the healing effects of IMR.
Group Progress Notes
IMR can be done individually and in groups. This sample of Group Progress Notes shows how IMR is applied in a group setting.