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Voices of Recovery (VOR) is a consumer group that represents the opinions of consumers in the King County Mental Health Plan (KCMHP) regarding the development of a consumer driven, recovery oriented system.

Membership of this group is limited to:

  • ten current or former consumers of the King County Mental Health Plan
  • one member of the Quality Review Team
  • one staff liaison from the King County Mental Health Plan.

Membership Information:

  • Participating consumers are adults currently or formerly enrolled in the King County Mental Health Plan, or the parents of children currently enrolled in the mental health system.
  • Members are appointed for a two-year term with the potential for renewal.
  • Appointment to the Voices of Recovery requires a majority vote by members of the group.

Member Activities:

  • Representing the consumer voice in the design and implementation process making the system consumer driven and recovery oriented.
  • Identifying and recruiting new consumers to participate in the group.
  • Offering feedback and recommendations about all KCMHP recovery initiatives.
  • Developing strategies to increase consumer voice and influence in the mental health system.

Meeting Information

  • VOR members meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m., at the Chinook Building.
  • There is a $24 stipend per meeting. Stipend rates are set separately for any other member activities. All stipend rates must be approved in advance by the KCMHP staff liaison.

Staff Contact

Find out more:

Contact Us

Phone 206-263-9000

TTY Relay: 711

Fax: 206-296-0583