Recovery Capital

Recovery Capital

 “Recovery capital is the sum of personal and social resources at one’s disposal for addressing drug dependence and supporting one’s recovery”
In other words, recovery capital is a strengths-based tool that involves identifying and building your personal and social assets for Recovery. Recovery Capital relates to the total resources a person has to find and sustain recovery.
It is like the capital required for starting an enterprise or a business.
Eight Domains of Recovery Capitals (UNODC):

Personal Recovery Capital: Physical

  • Physical health
  • Financial assets
  • Safe and recovery-conducive shelter
  • Clothing
  • Food
  • Access to transportation

Personal Recovery Capital: Human

  • Values
  • Knowledge
  • Educational and vocational skills and credentials
  • Problem-solving capacities
  • Self-awareness, Self-esteem & Self-efficacy
  • Hopefulness and optimism
  • Perception of your past, present, and future
  • Sense of meaning and purpose in life
  • Interpersonal skills

Family and Social Recovery Capital:

  • Intimate relationships
  • Family and kinship relationships
  • Any social relationships that are supportive of recovery efforts
  • Willingness of intimate partners and family members to participate in treatment
  • The presence of others in recovery within the family or among social contacts
  • Access to recovery-based fellowship and leisure activities
  • Connections to institutions like school, workplace, place of worship, & community
    Recovery capital, both its quantity and quality, play a major role in determining the success of treatment and recovery
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