Services that are aware of the needs of tāngata whai ora accessing their services, can plan workforce development activities and service design to better address those needs.
This framework describes the knowledge and skills required by the mental health and addiction workforce to be able to effectively respond to the needs of people, and their families and whānau, with co-existing problems.
This report is an evaluation of the Capital and Coast DHB CADS project to develop the skills of mental health and addiction practitioners for working with people with co-existing problems.
A brief tool designed for mental health and addiction/AOD services to self-assess, reflect and plan service level co-existing problems (CEP) responsiveness and capability.
This document presents key resources identified in the Ministry of Health publication, Service Delivery for People with Co-existing Mental Health and Addiction Problems- Integrated Solutions, 2010 and newer work.
This document outlines an integrated framework for the addiction and mental health sectors which will support the dissemination and implementation of two updated clinical practice guidelines.