Manuals and Workbooks
In order to effectively implement the MISSION model and maintain model fidelity, MISSION-specific treatment manuals and consumer workbooks have been created. The treatment manual is a comprehensive how-to guide for case managers, peer support specialists, and program administrators. It provides detailed information about the clinical application and implementation of MISSION. Correspondingly, the consumer workbook contains exercises and readings that assist MISSION participants in achieving their recovery goals.
Below are the manuals and workbooks for working with homeless individuals, veterans, and criminal justice-involved populations.
MISSION: Working with Homeless participants
The original MISSION treatment approach provides case management, peer support, integrated mental health and substance use treatment, and vocational support to homeless clients with co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders (CODs). These manuals and workbooks, now in their second edition, are best suited to individuals who are working to obtain stable housing and employment, while addressing their co-occurring disorders. The participant workbook has been translated for Spanish-speaking consumers.
MISSION-Vet: Working with veteran participants
MISSION-VET includes the same core components as the original MISSION treatment approach, but it also incorporates additional trauma-informed care procedures to meet the needs of military veterans struggling with co-occurring disorders and homelessness.
MISSION-Criminal Justice: Working with criminally-involved participants
MISSION-Criminal Justice (MISSION-CJ) modifies the prior MISSION treatment approaches by incorporating the risk-need-responsivity (RNR) paradigm to facilitate treatment. RNR enables providers to examine and address the specific criminogenic needs of their clients. The goal of MISSION-CJ is to provide effective COD treatment, establish linkages with community health providers and support systems, and ultimately reduce recidivism among participants identified through the criminal justice system. The workbook for MISSION-CJ has been translated for Spanish-speaking consumers.