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Te Pou supported The Salvation Army to establish peer support staff using ADOM in their work. This non-clinician/practitioner use of ADOM has been written up as a case study, highlighting the need for a clear implementation process that identifies enablers and barrier to implementation, as well as ongoing support and leadership.

Te Pou is grateful for the opportunity to pilot this innovative use of ADOM, with this paper having implications nationally for the peer support workforce. We recommend you read it and we’re happy to answer any queries you may have.

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