Changes we are exploring as part of the Adult Community Mental Health and Addiction workstream include transforming the way we deliver specialist adult community mental health and addiction services to our communities.
Following on from several months of co-design mahi and extensive consultation, including a series of sector-wide design workshops in March, a change proposal has been developed which sets out a model for a Local Adult Specialist Mental Health and Addiction Service.
The change proposal aims to take what was said by stakeholders and redesign secondary mental health and addiction services to fulfil our vision for the project.
Read the Local Adult Specialist Mental Health & Addiction Service change proposal summary document.
If you would like to share your thoughts, email our Change Programme team firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 2023: Draft concept setting out a model for a new way of working, shared with kaimahi and stakeholders for feedback
March: Series of design workshops for the proposed new service take place
April-May: Feedback collated and used to shape draft proposal
June: Proposal shared with staff for consultation
July-September: Feedback period ends; responses collated and reviewed
September: Decision document released
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