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Indiana Access to Recovery is designed to bring together an extensive network of providers, large and small, faith-based and secular, to support a recovery-oriented system by offering a broad variety of services to adults with substance use problems and disorders.
If you are not currently certified to provide INATR service and would like to apply to join the INATR network, please click HERE to visit the Provider Certification page. For more information about how to become a certified INATR provider, please email INATRinfo@fssa.in.gov or call 317-232-7896.
Provider SharePoint: A site reserved for certified ATR providers that contains helpful information, forms, and required memos. Each agency must obtain login information before accessing the site.
WITS: Web Infrastructure for Treatment Services (WITS) is the application certified providers use to access referral information and obtain reimbursement. Individuals in certified agencies must obtain login information to gain access to the application.
Provider County Lists: County-specific lists of certified INATR providers. These lists should be used to help clients choose the services and providers they plan to utilize to fulfill the goals of their recovery plan. The Provider Locator, a more-detailed database of providers and services in the INATR network, is currently under construction and will be implemented in the second year of the grant cycle.
Recovery-oriented Systems of Care Resources
The vision of INATR is to pilot a more recovery-oriented model of care for clients struggling with substance use problems and disorders. Several research articles outline the benefits of recovery-oriented systems of care. Below you will find selected articles on this topic.
Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care Resource Guide (http://www.pfr.samhsa.gov/docs/ROSC_Resource_Guide_Book.pdf)
Guiding Principles and Elements of Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: What do we know from the Research? (http://www.pfr.samhsa.gov/docs/Guiding_Principles_Whitepaper.pdf)
Access to Recovery (ATR) Approaches to Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: Three Case Studies (http://www.pfr.samhsa.gov/docs/ATR_Approaches_to_ROSC.pdf)
Provider Approaches to Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: Four Case Studies (http://www.pfr.samhsa.gov/docs/Provider_Approaches.pdf)