Mental Health and Addictions He Ara Āwhina (Pathways to Support) framework consultation – have your say on how we monitor the mental health and addiction system
He Ara Āwhina will set out how the Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission will monitor, and advocate for improvements to, the mental health and addiction system, and services.
Your feedback will help us improve and finalise the He Ara Āwhina framework. The Commission will use He Ara Āwhina to monitor the mental health and addiction system (including services) from 2023. In the meantime, we will publish Te Huringa, our 2022 Mental Health Service and Addiction Service Monitoring Report later in March 2022.
This is important work. We want your support so that everyone who wants to have their say, can have their say.
We especially want to get feedback from the following groups:
tāngata whaiora (people seeking wellness);
people with experience of mental distress or addiction (or both);
whānau members, families or supporters of someone with mental distress or addiction (or both);
people providing mental health or addiction supports and services; and
policy makers or commissioners of services.
The consultation is open until 19 April 2022.
Thank you for your participation.