SRI 2 is a revised and improved version of the original SRI tool.  Since it was first introduced in 2011, SRI 2 has been used by a wide range of services to help them review their existing practices against a range of recovery indicators. Completing an SRI 2 helps services to highlight existing strengths, that can be built upon and identify actions that would improve the recovery focus of the service.

Why should you complete an SRI 2 ?

Completing an SRI 2 provides services with an opportunity to reflect on how they support recovery through a structured and evidence based process. It allows services to demonstrate their commitment to recovery focused values.  The SRI 2 process encourages reflective and stimulating conversations that can lead to creative ideas for improving how services support recovery on a day to day basis.  

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How does SRI 2 work ?

SRI 2 provides a structured framework for reviewing and evaluating how services are performing in relation to 10 recovery indicators.  The service reflects on its policies and practices against these recovery indicators using both written sources of evidence and by seeking the views of those involved in the service – people providing the service, people who use the service and their carers.

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Who is SRI 2 for ?

Anyone interested in recovery orientated practice and service improvement would benefit from the experience of completing an SRI 2.  It is equally applicable to services in the NHS, local government as well as to organisations in the voluntary and private sectors.   

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If you have any questions about SRI 2 you can contact SRN here

It provided valuable insights into the service, user opinions and what adds value for them in relation to service provision.

It provided valuable insights into the service, user opinions and what adds value for them in relation to service provision.