Relationships and Activities that Facilitate Recovery Survey (RAFRS)

Relationships and Activities that Facilitate Recovery Survey (RAFRS)
Leavy‚ McGuire‚ Rhoades‚ & McCool‚ 2002
Email: mailto: [email protected]
Please read each of the statements and circle the rating that most closely matches your opinion.
1.    In the last 6 months‚ my community support person (case manager) has been helpful in my recovery.
2.    In the last 6 months‚ my parents have been helpful in my recovery.
3.    In the last six months‚ my siblings (brothers and sisters) have been helpful in my recovery.
4.    In the last 6 months‚ my children have been helpful in my recovery.
5.    In the last 6 months‚ my spouse or partner has been helpful in my recovery.
6.    In the last 6 months‚ my best friend has been helpful in my recovery.
7.    In the last 6 months‚ my pet has been helpful in my recovery.
8.    In the last 6 months‚ staff members who work for the Mental Health Board have been helpful in my recovery.
9.    If you were employed in the last 6 months‚ my boss or work supervisor has been helpful in my recovery.
10.In the last 6 months‚ attending mental health center groups has been helpful in my recovery.
11.In the last 6 months‚ attending training session about the Recovery Model has been helpful in my recovery.
12.In the last 6 months‚ attending dr‎op-in center and other self-help activities has been helpful in my recovery.
13.In the last 6 months‚ going to work has been helpful in my recovery.
14.In the last 6 months‚ taking medication has been helpful in my recovery.
15.In the last 6 months‚ talking with other people who have problems like mine has been helpful in my recovery.
16.In the last 6 months‚ talking with people who have a psychiatric history has been helpful in my recovery.
17.In the last six months‚ prayer and worship services have been helpful in my recovery.
18.In the last 6 months‚ vigorous exercise has been helpful in my recovery.
Please indicate any other people who you think have been helpful in your recovery.
Please indicate any other activities that you think have been helpful in your recovery.
Review all of the relationships and activities you rated about. Please indicate the TWO (2) that you feel have been the most helpful in your recovery over the past six months:
1._____________________________________________
2._____________________________________________
 No contact; Yes‚ helped a lot; Yes‚ helped a little; No‚ didn’t help; Made things worse
This instrument can be found at: https://www.power2u.org/downloads/pn-55.pdf

Leavy‚ R.L‚ McGuire‚ A.B.‚ Rhoades‚ C.‚ and McCool‚ R. (2002). Predictors of subjective quality of life in mental health consumers: Baseline results. In D. Roth (Ed.)‚ New Research in Mental Health‚ Vol. 15‚ (pp246-251). Columbus‚ OH: Ohio Department of Mental Health.

Leavy‚ R. L. (in press). Predicting the subjective quality of life of mental health consumers. In D. Roth (Ed.)‚ New Research in Mental Health‚ Vol. 16. Columbus‚ OH: Ohio Department of Mental Health.

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