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The Community Services Service Level Alliance (SLA) is enabling flexible, integrated and responsive community services in Canterbury that help people to live safely within their own homes and communities.

Established in November 2011, the SLA is responsible for monitoring and guiding community services in Canterbury and recommending service improvements to support restorative care. The SLA’s vision is a health system where community services are driven by people’s individual goals and decisions, inclusive of family/whanau, links with primary and secondary services and, ultimately, support people to live at home and participate in the community.

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