What Predicts Recovery Orientation in County Departments of Mental Health? A Pilot Study
- Author(s): Brown, Timothy T.
- Mahoney, Christine B.
- Adams, Neal
- Felton, Mistique
- Pareja, Candy
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s10488-009-0253-8
In this pilot study we examined the determinants of recovery orientation among employees and influential stakeholders in a sample of 12 county departments of mental health in California. A two-level hierarchical linear model with random intercepts was estimated. Analyses show that recovery orientation has a U-shaped relationship with the age of staff/influential stakeholders and is negatively related to the difference between the desired level of adhocracy and the current level of adhocracy. Recovery orientation is positively related to the education level of staff/influential stakeholders, satisfying transformational leadership outcomes, and larger mental health budgets per capita. Policy implications are discussed.
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