Recovery Process Inventory (RPI)
Jerrell ‚ Cousins & Roberts. 2006
1. I feel discriminated against or excluded from my community because of my mental illness.
2. I feel lost and hopeless much of the time.
3. I feel isolated and alone when I am with my family.
4. I find places and situations where I can make friends.
5. There is meaning and purpose to my life.
6. I have a good‚ safe place to live.
7. I ask for help from others when I need it.
8. Fear doesn’t stop me from living the way I want to.
9. I feel isolated and alone much of the time.
10. I am living in the kind of place I like.
11. My family tries to control my treatment too much.
12. I can be with people at church‚ temple‚ or a prayer meeting who understand my journey to recovery.
13. I don’t think that I will ever find the kind of place where I want to live.
14. I have a positive outlook on life.
15. No one would hire me to work for them.
16. I trust myself to make good decisions and positive changes in my life.
17. Even when I don’t care about myself‚ other people do.
18. I get on with my life when I have hope.
19. I feel better when I know how to take care of myself.
20. I feel more isolated when people around me pray for help.
21. Other people are always making decisions about my life.
22. I spend time with people to feel connected and better about myself.
Anguish‚ Connectedness to others‚ Confidence/purpose‚ Others care/help‚ Living situation‚ Hopeful/cares for self
1= I strongly disagree‚ 2= I disagree‚ 3=I am neutral‚ 4= I agree‚ 5= I strongly agree
This instrument can be found at: Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network
Jerrell‚ Jeanette M.‚ Cousins‚ Victoria C.‚ Roberts‚ Katherine M. (2006). Psychometrics of the Recovery Process Inventory. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research; 33(4):464-473.