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Publication date: 16 May 2013
Te Whare o Tiki, the Co-Existing Problems (CEP) knowledge and skills 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 whanau, with co-existing problems.
It was developed to align with the seven key principles of Te Ariari o te Oranga and is underpinned by the values and attitudes outlined in Let's get real. Each key principle encompasses a set of knowledge and skills with performance indicators at three levels of practice: Foundation, Capable and Enhanced.