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Consumer, peer support and lived experience strategy action plan launch

We are delighted to invite you to a short launch of the Consumer, peer support and lived experience (CPLSE) strategy action plan via zoom on Thursday October 7th at 1pm!

In 2020 the Consumer, peer support and lived experience workforce development strategy was launched. The strategy was developed to support mental health and addiction consumer, peer support and lived experience workforce development to 2025. To ensure the intention of the strategy is carried out, an action plan has been developed. The action plan contains 22 actions taken from the strategy that will be carried out through lived experience workforce leadership, robust partnerships and Te Pou project development. The work will be guided through an advisory group, a cultural accountability council and sector involvement.

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