Mental Health Recovery - Evidence-Based Recovery Tools

IROC wellbeing is an outcomes based approach to personal recovery.
Developed by mental health practitioners and people with lived experience, the IROC wellbeing approach is now used in a range of in-patient and community settings worldwide by community nurses, clinical psychologists working with people with complex trauma, and many 3rd sector organisations and recovery colleges.
Available in paper and digital formats, the approach includes a validated measure of recovery that provides a structure for recovery conversations and a range of well designed, innovative and easy to use tools that promote self-management with tips and techniques.

Practitioners have the combined resources they need to deliver recovery focused practice and to evidence impact IROC® Digital easily produces reports at individual, service and organisational level.
Find out more about how IROC wellbeing can help you to embed a consistent recovery focused approach in your organisation.

Do you believe in people and their potential? Do you want to make a difference?
If so then I•ROC wellbeing is for you.

Watch our video for how IROC works in practice.

 I.ROC is an excellent addition to the three month reviews we carry out. The traditional review collects information about satisfaction with the service, self-harm behaviour and continuing need for service. I.ROC adds more of a personal element to the review, focusing on their wellbeing and where the person feels they are.                                                                                              - Penumbra

What is I.ROC wellbeing?

  • Holistic approach
  • Validated and peer reviewed measure
  • Integrated tools

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Why use I.ROC wellbeing?

  • Promote wellbeing
  • Transform culture
  • Track personal outcomes
  • Measure impact

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